Hamilton talks about “Urban Removal” and the effect it had on the black community in Louisville, specifically Walnut Street. Ed


Hamilton talks about witnessing civil rights activism, but his mother being too protective to let him participate. Ed Hamilton is


Wallace reflects on life on the farm in Prospect, Kentucky. She remembers people calling her father names because of his


Wallace discusses how homophobia was being used to divide people and the beginnings of the Fairness Campaign in Louisville. Carla


Wallace talks about the loss in Berea where the Fairness Ordinance was not passed. However, tiny Vicco Kentucky passed a


Wallace reflects on Kentucky’s Human Rights situation. Carla Wallace is a Civil Rights Activist from Louisville, Kentucky. This interview took


Neal describes the policy of Red Lining. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator from Louisville and a Civil Rights


Neal reflects on Louisville’s progress regarding segregation during his lifetime. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator from Louisville and


Elliott recalls being in the car with Dr. King when white folks were protesting open housing in Louisville. They proceeded


Watts recalls starting her work at the Kentucky Human Rights Commission and notes significant cases during her tenure. Beverly Watts


Anderson cites the study from the 1960s that reported that blacks paid a color tax on their housing. Alan Anderson


Delahanty talks about people who were involved in race relations being identifiied as communists. It was the era of McCarthyism


Georgia Powers talks about passing the Open House Law and the sacrifices that came with it. Georgia Davis Powers was


Georgia Powers reflects on an Open Housing bill and how she got it passed through legislation. Georgia Davis Powers was


Peeples talks about economic development opportunities and fair housing. P.G. Peeples began his career at the Urban League of Lexington


Suzy Post recalls an ACLU board meeting in the basement of Dr. Maurice Rabb’s house during Open Housing Campaign in