Fall 2015

LCV Posts

Violence, Vetoes and Votes

For 41 years labor leader Victor Bussie served as the unopposed president of Louisiana’s branch of the AFL-CIO union. In the 1970s he led opposition to right-to-work legislation that ultimately became state law in 1976. Labor leader Victor Bussie served as the unopposed president of Louisiana's AFL-CIO for 41 years. He led opposition to right-to-work legislation that became state law in 1976.

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Bent, Not Broken

On October 3, 2015, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art will open Bent, Not Broken, an exhibition of photographs, paintings and drawings by Michael Meads.

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