Behind the Scenes of Segregation in Louisville

Protest at 4th & Chestnut Sts., Louisville, KY, 1961 [BLH_028]

WHAS’s Doug Proffitt recently reported a great two-part story on Louisville’s Walnut Street (now Muhammad Ali Boulevard) corridor, its many historical buildings now plowed under, and the vibrant, primarily Black business and social community that once thrived there. With archival photographs and first-person interviews, Proffitt rightly celebrated and mourned a lost part of Louisville’s history and culture. But while the […]

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