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KentuckianaWorks, Youth Career Center celebrates Black History Month

Three essays win awards, program highlights Louisville's Civil Rights history

Date Published: 3/1/2012

Students at the KentuckianWorks Youth Career Center celebrated Black History Month on Feb. 28 with a program titled “Louisville’s Dream: Civil Rights in Louisville.” The event marked the end of weeks of study and research inspired by individuals and historic locations featured on the civil rights driving tour compiled by the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research.

Six students enrolled in youth career center programs wrote essays about the people, places or events they researched. Each student conducted phone or personal interviews as part of their essay research.

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