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Archives & Special Collections (ASC)

Uncovering Racial Logics: Louisville's History of Racial Oppression and Activism

UofL Resources

Introduction

Grawemeyer Hall, 1927
Grawemeyer Hall on the University of Louisville Belknap Campus, 1927. Source: CS_087761, Caufield & Shook Collection, Photographic Archives, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.

University of Louisville is home to a multitude of organizations, committees, and employee resource groups that work toward making the university more equitable and addressing racial and social exclusion and oppression. We realize these lists are not comprehensive. They should be viewed as a starting point for those interested in racial and social justice work on campus.

Relevant Oral Histories, Scholarship, & Projects


 

A 2013 fair housing report prepared by the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research in consultation with Metropolitan Housing Coalition

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