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An exceptional emergency physician/migrant worker gives the history of his internationally recognized family.
Before starting your new year's resolution, listen to our extraordinary storyteller as she brings her health street ministry to Count Time Podcast.
Organizer, musician, militant our Living Legend gives a history of Baton Rouge and its music.
Our Living Legend gives detailed accounts of life from 1940 to present, and the history of a great American family. Todays episode is a gift.
1972 was the year of student protests in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Two events in particular that year led to deaths with surrounding circumstances still disputed leading...
The life of a linguist and how to become one. The spectacular story of an author, linguist, social justice advocate, mentor and parent.
Humble philanthropist, physician, community leader, LSU Legend and a man of faith and compassion.
Happy Thanksgiving to all out there in Count Time land. We thank you for tuning in weekly. We thank you for being so supportive of our podcast. We thank you for the en...
Expulsion by Southern University and blacklisted to working for Clarence Thomas yes that Clarence Thomas. A fascinating life.
Our Living Legends describe the 1972 unrest at Southern University that included the deaths of Denver Smith and Leonard Brown.
Two perspectives on the fentanyl epidemic, addiction, recovery and promise for the future.
In 1975, the first African American woman to play varsity basketball and volleyball at LSU.
Teacher, veteran, family man, martial artist and community leader a man determined to bring change.
From a lineage of successful farmers and innovators they tell their families story of accomplishment and heart ache.
Born on land owned by her ancestors for a century that was stolen to create a National Park, our Living Legend known as the "Mayor of the Lower Nine" talks about her l...
Our Living Legend on success despite obstacles, how to inspire young people, the difficulties of building a program at a university with limited resources and his take...
Southern University Legendary Coach on the relationships, struggles and obstacles that led to his early success.
A member of the LSU National Championship Football team playing on the Chinese Bandits squad, a politician and family patriarch.
From football walk on in high school to working for Russell Long and Edwin Edwards to the Voice of Tiger Stadium our Living Legend tells his story of a life well lived.
Congratulations to LD Azobra! Count Time passed its one year anniversary and has been heard in 25 countries around the world.
Entrepreneur and prominent physical therapist our living legend talks about football, LSU and family.
Entrepreneur, artist our living legend talks about a mixture of history, inspiration, legacy and faith.
A celebration of life and independence inspires LD to put out a call to the church, the mosque the temple and the synagogue.