Exhibit Opening: Moving Justice Forward For 60 Years

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ACLU of Kentucky says
2015 marks the 60th year the ACLU of Kentucky has been working to move justice forward in the commonwealth.

We are marking this important milestone with special events throughout the year. YOU are invited to our first major event, the opening of our anniversary exhibit at the University of Louisville.

Thursday, January 8, 5-7PM
ACLU of Kentucky: Moving Justice Forward for 60 Years
Lee and Joy Pennington Cultural Gallery
University of Louisville, Ekstrom Library (basement level)

The exhibit explores the ACLU of Kentucky’s rich history through the stories of members, clients, and former staff and board members. The opening reception will include refreshments, and the first public screening of videos about our work over the last 60 years.

Can’t make it to the opening reception? Don’t worry, the exhibit will remain in place for students and the community to explore through the end of March.

Here's the full list of exhibit events and associated talks:

Exhibit Opening Reception
Remarks and Kertis Creative video screening in Chao Auditorium
January 8th, 5-7 p.m.

Anniversary of Roe v. Wade Panel Discussion
University of Louisville Chao Auditorium
January 21st, 12-1 p.m.

2015 New Kentuckians Tour: An Undocumented Kentuckian Shares His Story
University of Louisville Chao Auditorium
February 12th, 5-7:30 p.m.

History of ACLU of KY’s Work on LGBT Rights
University of Louisville Chao Auditorium
March 10th 5-6:30 p.m.

This exhibit would not have been possible without the support of the following generous sponsors:
University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections; University of Louisville Department of History; University of Louisville Commission on Diversity and Racial Equity (CODRE); University of Louisville College of Arts & Sciences-International, Diversity, and Outreach Programs; University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law; University of Louisville LGBT Center; University of Louisville Department of Women’s and Gender Studies; University of Louisville Political Science Department’s Diversity and Retention Committee; University of Louisville Muhammad Ali Center for Peace and Justice; University of Louisville Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research.
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By: ACLU of Kentucky

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