Zhoriél Tapo

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Zhoriél Tapo lives in Louisiana and was born in 2008.

  • Zhoriél enjoys acting, playing volleyball and the violin, and singing in a children’s choir.
  • She wants to be a pediatrician.
  • Her favorite book is Becoming by Michelle Obama.

“No matter your age, you can make a difference.”

Zhoriél Tapo

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“The Kids Tonight Show” Debuts

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October 14th, 2021

Our Kid Reporter talks with the young co-hosts of a new show from NBCUniversal. 

Portraits of Power

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September 2nd, 2021

Our Kid Reporter talks with Tyler Gordon, a 15-year-old artist from California whose new book showcases the portraits he created of people who inspire him. 

Heading Back to School in Louisiana

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August 18th, 2021

With fewer than 40% of the state’s residents vaccinated, students return to their classroom uneasily. 

Learning About Government in Louisiana

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June 25th, 2021

A unique Fellows Programs allows college students to better understand how government policies affect our daily lives. 

A Shot in the Arm

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May 18th, 2021

Our Kid Reporter in Louisiana gets the vaccine that protects against COVID-19. 

Celebrating National Poetry Month

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April 15th, 2021

“Read, read, read,” says Louisiana Poet Laureate John Warner Smith. 

Meet Waffles and Mochi

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March 17th, 2021

In a new Netflix series, former First Lady Michelle Obama introduces young viewers to two lovable characters who learn about food by exploring the world.  

A New Mardi Gras Tradition

Zhoriél Tapo

February 12th, 2021

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, festive parades will not take place in Louisiana this year. Instead, people are creating a new tradition. 

Inside the Creole Nutcracker

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December 12th, 2020

A magical 19th-century ballet for the holidays gets a Louisiana twist. 

Hurricanes on the Rise

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October 26th, 2020

Southwestern Louisiana has been hit hard by hurricanes this season. Scientists say that climate change is playing a big role in the rise of extreme weather. 

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