Cosmetology instructor and school owner Nelda Dural implores Gov. Edwards’ appointees to “set me free” from the “whips and chains” she asserts the “Jindal Board” placed her under.

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Nelda Dural and Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards

 

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Nelda Dural and Vice President Joe Biden

On Monday, November 7, 2016, appearing before the Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology (LSBC), school owner and instructor Nelda Dural implored Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards’ appointees to “set me free” from the “whips and chains” she indicates the “Jindal board” placed her under.  She outlines what she contends was an organized conspiracy to shut her school down.  In doing so, she even has a cosmetology board employee, Deborah Johnson, acknowledge that LSBC meetings took place with the goal of shutting down Dural’s school.  Dural emphasizes that she retained “all of the text messages” she claims substantiate her accusations about a plot to close her school.  She conveyed all of this to the new Edwards LSBC appointees.  See her incredible Sound Off Louisiana feature below:

Dural:  “Set me free!!”

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9 thoughts on “Cosmetology instructor and school owner Nelda Dural implores Gov. Edwards’ appointees to “set me free” from the “whips and chains” she asserts the “Jindal Board” placed her under.

  1. Talk about a one sided column. What chains ? Did Jindal require a clean environment,
    people who knew what they were doing? Did he require more than other states?
    Who publishes such junk?

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  2. Well spoken Nelda. You are an inspiration for all women, especially black women who are being challenged in this country today.
    I am very proud of you for your courage to stand up to the government, which proves everyday it only works for certain people.
    You are a woman of exemplary character. I know it and everyone else who knows you does as well.

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