Fairness for All: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Louisvilleā€™s Landmark Fairness Ordinance

Main Library | Bernheim Gallery | Exhibit runs January 26 - March 17

Fairness for All Exhibit at the Main Library

The Fairness Campaign & LFPL celebrate the 20th anniversary of Louisville's historic LGBTQ Fairness Ordinance at the Main Library with an exhibit commemorating this historic event. The "Fairness for All" exhibit will be on display January 26 - March 17 in the Main Library's Bernheim Gallery. Library visitors will be able to explore the history of the 1999 Fairness Ordinance, including photos, 1995 "Fairness Does a City Good" yard signs, and even Carla Wallace's original "Fairness No More, No Less" t-shirt. Visitors will also be able to listen to recordings compiled from oral histories of Fairness leaders. LFPL's exhibit is in partnership with the Fairness Campaign, the Williams-Nichols Collection housed in the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections, and UofL's Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research.

Fairness for All Exhibit at the Main Library


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Last Updated: 2/1/19