Fairness Still Does a City Good!

Event: Celebrating 20 Years of Fairness in Louisville
Fairness Still Does a City Good!

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Fairness Still Does a City Good!

Through March 16, LFPL Main Library, 301 York St
 The Fairness Campaign will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Louisville’s historic LGBTQ Fairness Ordinance with the Louisville Free Public Library’s exhibit, “Fairness for All: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Louisville Fairness Ordinance,” where library visitors will be able to walk through the history of the 1999 Fairness Ordinance, including 1995 “Fairness Does a City Good” yard signs, the 1,000+ page “Case for the Passage of Fairness,” and even Carla Wallace’s original “Fairness No More, No Less” t-shirt. Visitors will also be able to download an audio file compiled from oral histories of Fairness leaders. The Louisville Free Public Library’s exhibit is in partnership with the Williams-Nichols Collection housed in the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections and UofL’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. A mirror exhibit will be on display at UofL in Ekstrom Library Lower Level East Wing. For more info.