Creole Articles of Interest


Holding on to Our Culture

Louisiana has been the Home of this unique experience...The South has long been the Motherhood of Creole Culture.... Creoles Prior to the Civil War enjoyed a Renaissance of Cultural expansion and development and these Creoles enjoyed a Separate Racial Status ...Their Culture developed , its People and their economic achievements became the envy of America, both Black and White...


After the Civil War all of this was to change...Once the carpetbaggers during the post Civil War era were run out of the South the then Racist Southern Politicians began to enact laws that would eventually take all these hard won successes away from The Creole Peopl Consequently Creoles were were stripped of there citizenship,Their Racial Status and Legal Rights and were reduced to a Pre slavery lifestyle..

Those Creoles who were not forced to leave Louisiana, somehow, began to leave the state to other regions of the Country for better opportunities ...Today this outward migration has displaced much of the Louisiana Creole Population..To a great extent the population drain has spread the Louisiana Creole to every state of the Union and to as many foreign Countries ...The Creoles Culture still remains strong and its People continue to become achievers who still have a strong desire to maintain there Louisiana roots.







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