The “Home for Us All: Fair Housing in Louisville-Jefferson County Oral History Collection” includes audio interviews and transcripts from developers, planners, housing advocates, social justice activists, educators and more. The collection discusses the history of housing in Louisville from 1960 through 2011 and how it has formed the city today.

The interviews are part of the University Archives and Records Center’s Oral History Center and were completed for a 2014 report out of the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. The report was commissioned and distributed by the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission.

To hear the interviews or read the transcripts, please visit http://digital.library.louisville.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/housing/.

The Digital Collections at University Libraries include rare and unique images, documents, and oral histories from our archives, special collections and other campus units.

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Erica Walsh
Erica Walsh is the senior marketing manager in the Office of Communications and Marketing where she manages the UofL Magazine and the President’s Report and contributes to the university’s branding and advertising efforts. Walsh joined UofL in 2014 after previously serving as the public relations specialist at Indiana University Southeast for seven years. Prior to her career in higher education communications, she was a reporter at The News-Enterprise in Elizabethtown, Ky.