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November 22, 2022
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4.9: Shredding Disinformation with Sam Spitale

On this episode, Louisiana author Sam Spitale joins host Lynda Woolard to talk about his brand new book, How to Win the War on Truth. This illustrated guide blends together politics, history, and psychology, as well as insights on the forces of power and media literacy, to create a roadmap for Americans to become better informed voters and better purveyors
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November 8, 2022
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4.8: Criminal Justice League with Chris Pourciau

Chris Pourciau is a Criminal Justice Reform advocate and political operative who led efforts to pass Constitutional Amendment 2 in 2018 for the Unanimous Jury Coalition as Deputy Campaign Manager. On this episode, he talks to host Lynda Woolard, who joined his team in the final months of that campaign to manage their statewide field efforts. Continuing Louisiana Lefty’s study
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October 25, 2022
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4.7: Decoding the Climate Conundrum with Madison Smither

Madison Smither, a young advocate and Democrat from Louisiana who’s currently attending the Harvard Kennedy School with a focus on climate and new energy, joins host Lynda Woolard to share her experience at the inaugural Global Clean Energy Action Forum and her research on the Inflation Reduction Act’s provisions that address climate change. Connect with Madison on Twitter, Facebook, and
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October 10, 2022
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4.6: Political Action Figure with Michael Hobbs

Michael Hobbs, born and raised in the Deep South, is a Marine Veteran who served in the Iraq War and a political operative currently working to combat partisan and racial gerrymandering in Ohio. Between those two plot points in his life story, he’s been involved in Democratic campaigns in both Ohio and the great state of Louisiana as everything from
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September 26, 2022
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4.5: Ecofuturism Vibes with Angelle Bradford

Angelle Bradford, activist and executive committee at-large member of Louisiana’s Delta Chapter of the Sierra Club, joins host Lynda Woolard to discuss her work on Climate Justice and Transit Equity. We address the intersectionality of this issue, particularly in our Gulf state, with the environment, wildlife, pollution, healthcare, workers’ rights, economic justice, and quality of life. Follow the Delta Chapter
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September 12, 2022
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4.4: Superhighway Home with Andy Berke

Andy Berke, senior Biden administration official and U.S. special representative for broadband with a mission of internet access and equity, joins host Lynda Woolard to discuss his recent trip to Louisiana. While here, he attended the inaugural Louisiana Internet for All Summit where he announced big digital infrastructure investments for our state and spoke with Louisianans in rural as well
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August 30, 2022
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4.3: Powering the Labs of Democracy with Sara Tabatabaie

Sara Tabatabaie, chief political officer and communications director for VOTEPROCHOICE, joins host Lynda Woolard in a conversation about the importance of building a Pro-Choice Democratic bench at the local level and the work their organization is doing to elect Pro-Choice candidates up and down the ballot. Sign up for Action Alerts and get your local Pro-Choice Voter Guide at voteprochoice.us.
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August 15, 2022
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4.2: Powers for Good with Drew Prestridge

Drew Prestridge, president at Prestridge Political, joins host Lynda Woolard to talk about creating fundraising plans for candidates, beginning a career as a finance director, and developing a range of skill sets to increase your value on political campaigns. Connect with Drew on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Find more Louisiana Lefty content on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and at LouisianaLefty.Rocks. Thanks
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August 2, 2022
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4.1: The Next Phase with Lynda Woolard

Welcome to Season 4 of Louisiana Lefty! Host Lynda Woolard highlights key themes from Season 3, and gives a preview of the next phase. Please follow Louisiana Lefty on your favorite podcast platform and all our social media channels: Facebook Twitter Instagram Check out all the great Louisiana organizers we’ve celebrated on Bayou Brief’s Organizer of the Month Gallery. If
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Action Lefty No. 7: What Comes Next?

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break, but we’re releasing mini-pods. This week, we’ve got clips from an advocacy event we did last week, based on a piece host Lynda Woolard wrote for the Bayou Brief in response to the overturn of Roe by the Supreme Court. We had Deon Haywood, Executive Director of Women with a Vision, speak about what’s
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July 5, 2022
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3.12 GOTV Wins with Westley Bayas

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break, but we’re still releasing mini-pods. This week, Westley Bayas returns to the podcast to speak with host Lynda Woolard about GOTV or Get Out The Vote: what it is and what it is not. Find GOTV and other campaign trainings at the National Democratic Training Committee’s website: traindemocrats.org. Connect with Westley Bayas III on
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June 21, 2022
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3.11 Demystifying Voter Reg vs GOTV with Professor Handwerk

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break for the next three episodes, but we’re still releasing mini-pods. This week, Stephen “Professor” Handwerk returns to the podcast to speak with host Lynda Woolard about the difference between the civic engagement of voter registration and the electoral work of Get Out The Vote. Visit IWillVote.com to check that your own voter registration is
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June 7, 2022
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3.10: The League of Extraordinary Women with Liz Leger

On the final episode of season three, Liz Leger from Avoyelles Sleeves Up joins host Lynda Woolard to talk about organizing in rural parishes and small towns, whether for electoral politics or community engagement. Her team’s organizing work in Central Louisiana is a great blueprint for how to put progress above partisan ends, how to build relationships in more conservative
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May 23, 2022
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3.9: Organizing Everyman with Ben Zucker

Ben Zucker, co-founder and co-director of Step Up Louisiana, joins host Lynda Woolard for the second in a two-part series focusing on this relatively young statewide community group, and their mission of good jobs and good schools for Louisiana. Ben and his partner Maria Harmon, who was on our previous episode, are classic organizers. Ben is leading Step Up’s efforts
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May 9, 2022
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3.8: Organizing is Her Superpower with Maria Harmon

Maria Harmon, co-founder and co-director of Step Up Louisiana, joins host Lynda Woolard for the first in a two-part series focusing on this relatively young statewide community group, and their mission of good jobs and good schools for Louisiana. Maria and her partner Ben Zucker, who will be on the next episode, are classic organizers. Maria is leading Step Up’s
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April 25, 2022
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3.7: Greater Powers than You Know No. 2 with Logan Burke

Executive Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy Logan Atkinson Burke joins host Lynda Woolard for the second of a two part interview during Earth Month. If you missed our previous episode, Greater Powers than You Know No. 1 with Logan Burke, please give it a listen, and then come back to this episode, as we pick up where we
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April 11, 2022
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3.6: Greater Powers than You Know No. 1 with Logan Burke

Executive Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy Logan Atkinson Burke joins host Lynda Woolard for the first of a two part interview during Earth Month. While the episode features some nerd outs over topics like the governor’s Climate Initiative Task Force, the bipartisan infrastructure plan, Build Back Better, and the Green New Deal, the reality is, energy issues affect
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March 29, 2022
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3.5: Animated by Justice No. 2 with Norris Henderson

Norris Henderson, best known as founder and executive director of Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) and Voters Organized to Educate, joins host Lynda Woolard for the second of a two part interview to talk about his decades of organizing for Criminal Justice Reform, the patience and persistence required for progressive change, and the formula being used by his organizations to
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March 14, 2022
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3.4 Animated by Justice No. 1 with Norris Henderson

Norris Henderson, best known as founder and executive director of Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) and Voters Organized to Educate, joins host Lynda Woolard for the first of a two-part interview to talk about his decades of organizing for Criminal Justice Reform, the patience and persistence required for progressive change, and the formula being used by his organizations to win
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March 1, 2022
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3.3: Destiny like a Riptide with Justin Hartley

Justin Hartley, President of the College Democrats of Louisiana, joins host Lynda Woolard to talk about CDLA’s bold stances on issues impacting the state, the importance for Democrats to coalition build with local community groups, and the need for the party to pass the torch to the next generation. Connect with CDLA on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, or through their
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February 15, 2022
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3.2: A Force with Sade Dumas

Sade Dumas, executive director of the Orleans Parish Prison Reform Coalition and chair of PAC for Justice, joins host Lynda Woolard to talk about the foundational work that goes into successful progressive change, the tug of war between Criminal Justice Reform and rising crime rates, and how to best welcome people into the movement. Connect with OPPRC on Twitter, Facebook,
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February 1, 2022
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3.1: Glorious Purpose with Lynda Woolard

Welcome to Season 3 of Louisiana Lefty! Host Lynda Woolard shares some highlights from Season 2, and zeroes in on key themes we’ll continue to explore. Please follow Louisiana Lefty on your favorite podcast platform and all our social media channels: Facebook Twitter Instagram Check out all the great Louisiana organizers we’ve celebrated on the Bayou Brief’s Organizer of the
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Action Lefty No. 6: Walk Together

Louisiana Lefty is on winter break this month, but we’re still releasing Action Lefty mini-pods. This week, host Lynda Woolard highlights suggested materials from the Recommended Resources page of our website: LouisianaLefty.Rocks With Voting Rights legislation hanging in the balance, All In: The Fight for Democracy, a documentary framed by Stacey Abrams’ first run for governor of Georgia, is essential
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Action Lefty No. 5: The Watcher

Louisiana Lefty is on winter break this month, but we’re still releasing Action Lefty mini-pods. This week, host Lynda Woolard goes over the resources available on our website: LouisianaLefty.Rocks Any missed podcast episodes can be found on our Archives page. We continue to add to the Watch, Read, and Listen Lists on our Recommended Resources page. As we hit the first anniversary of the January
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December 21, 2021
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2.12: Ironheart with Alsie Dunbar

Self-described “Steminist” Alsie Dunbar joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation on her journey to a career as a chemical engineer, as well as her STEM Gems program mentoring girls in Ascension Parish, encouraging them to explore the world of STEM [Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math]. We also talk about lessons learned on her 2017 campaign for a Louisiana legislative
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December 7, 2021
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2.11: Wonder Woman for President with Aimee Freeman

Representative Aimee Adatto Freeman from Louisiana House District 98 joins host Lynda Woolard on this episode to recount how she passed the Pink Tax Exemption on feminine hygiene products and diapers, share insight on how to build needed majorities to pass bills, and explain the important role our progressive advocacy groups play in informing legislation. Connect with Rep. Freeman on Twitter, Facebook,
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November 23, 2021
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2.10: The Cure to el Everything with Dr. Catherine Desmarais

Epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Desmarais talks to host Lynda Woolard about her work in public health to address the coronavirus pandemic. We discuss how the virus has been purposely politicized. Then Catherine offers facts to help listeners make good health decisions for themselves, to debunk myths that have circulated out of misunderstanding and fear, and to counter disinformation that’s being spread
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November 9, 2021
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2.9: Great Responsibility with Mercedes Montagnes

Mercedes Montagnes of the Promise of Justice Initiative and PAC for Justice talks to host Lynda Woolard about the success of the Unanimous Jury Coalition’s efforts to change the Louisiana Constitution, and explores other opportunities for Criminal Justice Reform in our state. Connect with the Promise of Justice Initiative on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Connect with PAC for Justice on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Find more
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October 26, 2021
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2.8: Champion of Facts No. 2 with Lamar White

In Part 2 of the conversation between Bayou Brief publisher Lamar White, Jr. and host Lynda Woolard, they continue their conversation about Huey P. Long in the context of modern politics, explore some of the accusations made against Long by his contemporaries and scholars, and touch on some of the other topics of Lamar’s writing. If you missed Champion of
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October 12, 2021
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2.7: Champion of Facts No. 1 with Lamar White

Lamar White, Jr. is publisher of and writer for Louisiana’s first and only reader-supported digital publication, the Bayou Brief. In this episode, he joins host Lynda Woolard for the first in a two-part conversation on the need for a left-wing media ecosystem, his new 3-part piece on the death of Huey P. Long, and how Long’s progressive populism compares to
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September 28, 2021
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2.6: The Wise Build Teams with Tyronne Walker

Tyronne Walker, political consultant and Chief Administrative Officer for Orleans District Attorney Jason Williams, joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation on building teams to win elections and making progress in Louisiana’s justice system. Connect with the work of @orleansparishda on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, as well as through their website: orleansda.com Note: Louisiana Lefty missed a few weeks of
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August 31, 2021
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2.5: All Star Campaign Finance No. 2 with Amelie LeBreton

Host Lynda Woolard is joined by Amelie LeBreton, former finance director for the DCCC and Planned Parenthood, as well as current development director for the Louisiana SPCA, for the second of a two-part conversation on fundraising for political campaigns. Learn more about creating a finance plan at the Complete Political Fundraising Guide for 2021 from Numero. Find information on donors
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August 24, 2021
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2.4: All Star Campaign Finance No. 1 with Amelie LeBreton

Host Lynda Woolard is joined by Amelie LeBreton, former finance director for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and Planned Parenthood, as well as current development director for the Louisiana SPCA, for the first of a two-part conversation on fundraising for political campaigns. Read more about the Basics of Fundraising for a Political Campaign from NGP-VAN. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for
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August 17, 2021
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2.3: Demystifying Democratic Alphabet Soup with Professor Handwerk

Lynda Woolard hosts Stephen Handwerk, consultant, strategist, and former executive director of the Louisiana Democratic Party, for the second in a series of episodes on how the Democratic party operates. This week, we go through the alphabet soup of organizations in Washington, D.C. that work on Democratic party politics throughout the United States. Follow Stephen Handwerk on Twitter. Read about
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August 10, 2021
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2.2: 504 Underdog with Royce Duplessis

Host Lynda Woolard speaks to Louisiana District 93 Representative Royce Duplessis about his call to public service, his winning state house campaign, and successes worth celebrating from the legislative session. Connect with Royce Duplessis on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Click here to subscribe to Rep. Duplessis’ email newsletter Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black
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August 3, 2021
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2.1: Previously On with Lynda Woolard

Welcome to Season 2 of Louisiana Lefty! Host Lynda Woolard shares some highlights from the first season, and sets up the next steps for the podcast. Please follow Louisiana Lefty on your favorite podcast platform. Thanks to all our wonderful guests and contributors, with special acknowledgments to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for
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Action Lefty No. 4: Louisiana’s Mightiest Heroes

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break this month, but we’re still releasing Action Lefty mini-pods. This week, Lamar White, publisher of the Bayou Brief, joins host Lynda Woolard to discuss the Organizer of the Month Awards. View our previous awardees and nominate your favorite organizer for future recognition at the links below. Bayou Brief: Louisiana Organizer of the Month Gallery
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Action Lefty No. 3: Letters to the Daily Planet

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break this month, but we’re still dishing out tips and tricks! This week, host Lynda Woolard gives a quick overview of how to set up your own Letter To the Editor writing team, with best practices for getting your letters published. For more information on how to write letters and why they work, check out
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Action Lefty No. 2: Whose Tweets? Our Tweets!

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break this month, but we’re still dishing out tips and tricks! Follow Louisiana Lefty on Twitter! Louisiana Political Hashtags: #lalege #lagov #lasen How to Organize a Twitter Storm Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for creating our Super-Lefty artwork, and Thousand Dollar Car for allowing us to
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Action Lefty No. 1: Twitter 101

Louisiana Lefty is on summer break this month, but we’re still dishing out tips and tricks! Follow us on Twitter! Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for creating our Super-Lefty artwork, and Thousand Dollar Car for allowing us to use their swamp pop classic, Security Guard, as the Louisiana Lefty theme song.
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June 29, 2021
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1.20: Run Before You Walk with Davante Lewis

Host Lynda Woolard is joined by Davante Lewis, Director of Public Affairs and Outreach at the Louisiana Budget Project, for a conversation on the intersection of policy and organizing. Connect with Davante on Twitter. Check out the Louisiana Budget Project’s work at labudget.org, as well as on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. More ways to connect to Davante’s work: Foundation for
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June 22, 2021
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1.19: Demystifying Democratic Endorsements with Professor Handwerk

Lynda Woolard hosts Stephen Handwerk, consultant, strategist, and former executive director of the Louisiana Democratic Party, for the first in a series of episodes on how the Democratic party operates. This week, we go through what candidates need to know about getting an endorsement from the party. Find Stephen Handwerk on Twitter. Read the DNC bylaws. Read the Louisiana Democratic
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June 15, 2021
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1.18: There’s a Hero in Us All with Gaby Goldstein

Lynda Woolard hosts Gaby Goldstein, co-founder and Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Sister District, to discuss the importance of state legislatures in advancing progressive policies and protecting democracy. The conversation includes a deep dive into the work Sister District is doing across the country to share data, support organizers, and build coalitions, as part of a complete strategy
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June 8, 2021
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1.17: Super Friends Team Up with Peyton Rose Michelle

Lynda Woolard hosts Peyton Rose Michelle, activist with Louisiana Trans Advocates and elected member to the Democratic State Central Committee, for a discussion on anti-trans legislation, organizing at the state Capitol, and getting pronouns right. Follow Peyton on Twitter and Facebook. Connect to Louisiana Trans Advocates: latransadvocates.org Find more information about the Louisiana Legislature: legis.la.gov Watch Blair Imani’s Smarter in Seconds TikTok on Pronouns. Peyton used
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June 1, 2021
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1.16: Proof of Heart with Brooks Fordham

Lynda Woolard hosts Brooks Fordham, student at Louisiana Tech in Ruston, LA, and outgoing Vice President of College Democrats of Louisiana, for the podcast’s continuing series of conversations with young Democratic leaders on the best ways to engage voters in their peer group. Connect with Louisiana Lefty on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty,
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May 25, 2021
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1.15: Sister Civics with Tamara Agins

Tamara Agins, Executive Director for Emerge Louisiana, joins host Lynda Woolard for a discussion on the crucial role their organization’s work to recruit and train Democratic women candidates plays in our state. Also, check out Women in Politics, the Bayou Brief’s very first podcast, which was recorded at the November 2017 launch of Emerge Louisiana. It features Lynda Woolard’s interview
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May 18, 2021
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1.14: It Is Your Time with Cameron English

Lynda Woolard hosts Cameron English, outgoing Chair of College Democrats of Louisiana, and plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by the National Democratic Redistricting Committee challenging Louisiana’s congressional district map. Following release of the 2020 census data, petitioners asked the Court to declare Louisiana’s current congressional district map unconstitutional and implement a new map that adheres to the constitutional requirement of
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May 11, 2021
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1.13: Reform Without Fear with J.P. Morrell

Lynda Woolard hosts Jean-Paul “J.P.” Morrell, self-described “former legislator, current lawyer, comic nerd and dad,” for a discussion on his role in ending the discriminatory practice of non-unanimous juries in Louisiana. J.P. walks us through the legislative efforts and messaging discipline that were required to get Constitutional Amendment 2 on the ballot in 2018. This, in turn, launched the Unanimous
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May 4, 2021
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1.12: Fantastically Forward with Frederick Bell

Lynda Woolard hosts Frederick Bell, founder of Louisiana High School Democrats, organizer for multiple campaigns, and current campaign associate for the Democracy program at the Hub Project. You can connect to Frederick’s work, past and present, at the following links: Louisiana High School Democrats Bayou Brief Interview with James Carville Louisiana Youth Platform The Hub Project Thanks to Ben Collinsworth
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April 27, 2021
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1.11: Democrats United with Robin Parrott

Lynda Woolard hosts Robin Parrott, Democratic party leader, Emerge Louisiana alum, and former candidate for House District 95, to start a conversation on the difficulties of being a Democrat in solidly red parts of Louisiana. Robin shares her experiences running for office in Livingston Parish, and offers ideas of how Louisianans in Democratic strongholds can assist those who are trying
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April 20, 2021
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1.10: Merging Messaging Brains and Brawn with Hyma Moore

Host Lynda Woolard speaks with Hyma Moore, who has a wide range of experience in campaign communications, from press secretary to advance man for presidential candidates. The discussion includes advice to campaigns on crafting a strong communications strategy, explains how communications staff needs organizers to succeed, and shows the importance of early investment in young people who are interested in
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April 13, 2021
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1.9: Warrior Strength and Endless Compassion with Mandie Landry

Louisiana State Representative, Mandie Landry, talks to host, Lynda Woolard, about the extra hurdles women candidates face, the importance of having progressive representation in Baton Rouge, and the long game strategy Democrats must maintain to make progress in Louisiana. You can connect to Rep. Landry’s work by following @votelandry on Twitter and Instagram. To watch the Louisiana legislature during session,
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April 6, 2021
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1.8: Never Yield: Louisiana Forever with Westley Bayas

Political strategist and media consultant, Westley Bayas III, and host, Lynda Woolard, discuss paid media for campaigns, give advice for progressives considering a run for office, and underscore the importance of utilizing modern campaign techniques to level the playing field in Louisiana. You can connect to Westley’s work at https://berlinrosen.com/campaigns/ and https://bit.ly/3aw0Te9 As promised, here is the photo of his
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March 30, 2021
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1.7: Not All Crusaders Wear Capes with Ryan Berni

Democratic strategist, Ryan Berni, joins host, Lynda Woolard, for a discussion on how Louisiana Democrats and Progressives can “Win The Day.” Ryan is best known for his work with James Carville and Mitch Landrieu. You can connect to Ryan’s nonprofit, nonpartisan work with former mayor of New Orleans, Mitch Landrieu, through E Pluribus Unum at: unumfund.org and dividedbydesign.org Thanks to
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March 23, 2021
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1.6: Golden Lasso of Data with Jennifer Johnson

Louisiana Pollster Jennifer Johnson joins host, Lynda Woolard, for a discussion on how to think about polls, how to use data to inform campaign work, and what the numbers can tell us about the possibilities for progressives. You can connect to Jennifer’s work at: ljrcustomstrategies.com Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for
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March 16, 2021
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1.5: Star Spangled Super Journo with Versha Sharma

Versha Sharma, Alexandria native and journalist with Now This!, joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation about the role media plays in powering our organizing, combating disinformation, and saving democracy. You can connect to Versha’s work with Now This! at nowthisnews.com and all social media platforms. Follow @LouisianaLefty on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana
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March 9, 2021
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1.4: Organizers Assemble… Six Feet Apart with Naima Savage

Naima Savage, our inaugural Louisiana Organizer of the Month, joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation highlighting the importance of the organizing craft, celebrating the ingenuity and thoughtfulness that have allowed organizers to continue the work during a pandemic, and rightfully elevating them to superhero status. You can connect to Naima’s work at stepuplouisiana.org Nominate your favorite Louisiana organizer for
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March 2, 2021
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1.3: Let Stacey Abrams Binge Bridgerton with Kirstin Alvanitakis

Kirstin Alvanitakis, former Communications Director of the Louisiana Democratic Party, joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation on messaging for Democratic candidates and Progressive community organizers. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for creating our Super-Lefty artwork, and Thousand Dollar Car for allowing us to use their swamp pop classic, Security Guard,
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February 23, 2021
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1.2: The Stacey Abrams of Louisiana with Ashley Shelton

As a follow up to our first episode, Ashley Shelton of the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation on organizing in Louisiana, framed by recent Democratic gains in Georgia. Connect to the Power Coalition at powercoalition.org. Follow @LouisianaLefty on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack
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February 16, 2021
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1.1: Stacey Abrams Wasn’t Built in a Day with Candice Battiste

Candice Battiste of the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice joins host Lynda Woolard for a conversation on organizing in Louisiana, framed by recent Democratic gains in Georgia. Connect to the Power Coalition at powercoalition.org. Follow @LouisianaLefty on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for creating our Super-Lefty
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February 9, 2021
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A Podcast for Progressives with Lynda Woolard

Welcome to Louisiana Lefty, a podcast about politics and community in Louisiana, hosted by veteran campaign organizer and Democratic strategist, Lynda Woolard. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack of Black Cat Studios for creating our Super-Lefty artwork, and Thousand Dollar Car for allowing us to use their swamp pop classic, Security Guard, as the Louisiana Lefty