Home for Us All: Fair Housing in Louisville-Jefferson County Oral History Collection

Red brick housing units

The University of Louisville Digital Library hosts this oral history collection that provides perspectives on Louisville's housing history from the 1960s to 2011. Land developers, city planners, social justice activists, and other advocates for fair housing generously shared their experiences and reflections on residential patterns in Louisville in order to aid in future research and to foster knowledge about how the city arrived at its present state of housing segregation.

Browse the collection on the UofL Libraries website

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