The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical southern organizing through three case studies: Anne Braden, the Appalachian Land Study, and Southerners on New Ground (S.O.N.G.)

Curated by the fall 2018 students of Public History (HIST 597/697).

Monday, December 17

More dates through April 26, 2019

Ekstrom Library, First Floor, West Wing
2215 S. 3rd Street , Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Event Type

Arts, Exhibit

Audience

Students, Faculty/staff, Alumni, Public

Departments

Arts & Sciences, University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Ekstrom Library

Tags

#editorpick

Keywords/Tags

environmental justice, activism, environmentalism, Appalachian studies, Appalachia, public history

Contact Name

Lara Kelland

Contact Phone Number

5028526817

Contact Email

lara.kelland@louisville.edu

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