Inventing the nonprofit sector and other essays

The aborginal Atakapa Ishak of Louisiana were a quiet, peaceful, meek, even passive people, yet we have served this nation in all its wars. Though neglected and unschooled from 1690’s to early 1900’s, we have proven ourselves highly intelligent, of accomplished talents, industrious and self-sustaining. Numbers of us have become professionals and individuals serving our country in positions of honor, such as President Carter’s Ambassador to Kenya and the Seychelles, Dr. Wilbert LeMelle of New Iberia, LA and Alex Boudreaux of Lake Charles, who served as a Tuskogee Airman during WW II.

Inventing the nonprofit sector and other essays

inventing the nonprofit sector and other essays

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