We MUST change the paradigm from "them" to "us."
The enemies of justice are organizing now!
Only good people are able to drive out evil people; only light will drive out darkness!
A six-generation Louisianan, Reverend Dr. Levon A. LeBan served over a decade as a member of SCLC before becoming President in 2017. Twice selected a Fulbright Scholar, he has served the metropolitan New Orleans area in numerous capacities. Dr. LeBan also serves with the City of New Orleans MLKJr Day Planning Commission, District 1 - Louisiana Retired Teacher's Association President, the NAACP Louisiana State Conference, the Alliance for Good Government, the American Red Cross Louisiana Region Disaster Spiritual Care Lead, and a member of the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (NVOAD) Emotional and Spiritual Care Committee.
"Everybody can be GREAT because everybody can SERVE!" MLKJr
"What are you doing for others?" MLKJr
"It's always the right time to do the right thing!" MLKJr
" I was a drum major for justice, peace, and righteousness!" MLKJr
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & BOARD CHAIRPERSON
SCLCNOLA LEGAL ADVISOR
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT AND BOARD MEMBER
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: REMEMBER CELEBRATE ACT
"Thank you New Orleans City Council and Councilmember LaToya Cantrell - Mayor-Elect"
SCLCNOLA W.O.M.E.N., INC. DIRECTOR
TREASURER / LIFETIME ACHIVEMENT AWARD
RECORDING TREASURER / NATIONAL DELEGATE
LOUISIANA YOUTH INITIAVE / CHAPTER LEADERSHIP
SGT. AT ARMS / PARLIAMENTARIAN
EXECUTIVE RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS CHAIR
RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS / LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
NEW ORLEANS CHAPLAIN / LADDER-DAY SAINTS
EDUCATIONAL & CAREER INITIATIVES
ST. BERNARD PARISH EXTENSION
We marched from the U.S. Capitol to the Rally at the Mall for a Federal Holiday (1981 & 1982); From Jena (6) to Jonesboro (Wake Up Jackson!) - SCLC was there; from Lafayette (Justice Rally) to New Iberia (Victor White, III) ; Free Gary Tyler - SCLC was there; from Canal Street to City Hall (Gerod Stevens) to NAACP (Take It Back) - SCLC was there! Poor People's Campaign Protest in Baton Rouge, we were there! When the Clergy met on the steps of City Hall - we were there! We marched at the Superdome; we marched for Avondale Shipyard! We marched with "WAKE UP JACKSON (Parish)!" We marched in St. Bernard Parish for MLKJr! - WE WERE THERE,... Join us! S CCESS is incomplete without "U"
It's time to remove the vestiges of slavery and oppression. SCLC Members Rev. Dr. E. Marcelle, Sr., Atty. Danatus King, and Dr. L. LeBan
Leaders Rev. Dr. Ernest Marcelle, Sr., Rev. Dr. Norwood Thompson, Jr., Jose LaCour, and Dr. Levon A. LeBan - marching with SCLC!
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