25. Little Union Baptist Church - 1846 Milam Street

Little Union Baptist Church had an original congregation of sixteen members in 1892. In 1961, former mathematics and religion teacher, Rev. C.C. McLain, became pastor. Rev. McLain was an active leader in the Shreveport community, as well as in the Civil Rights movement. During his tenure, the church became a center for NAACP and CORE meetings. The family of attorney Johnny Cochran, Jr., attended Little Union Baptist Church, where Johnnie Cochran, Sr., served as a deacon.

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