February 21st, 2018
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BHM: The Cookie Lady speaks about her black history

Elizabeth Kizito, "The Cookie Lady," tells her personal stories about being an African-American, an immigrant and a business-owner.

BHM: Manual staff experienced discrimination firsthand as athletes

As Black History Month comes to a close, Manual RedEye would like to share the voices and Experiences of two Manual staff and Alum

BHM, QUIZ: How well do you know Kentucky’s African American politicians?

There are and have been many influential African American political figures in Kentucky.

BHM: A history of desegregation in JCPS

A look at the issue of segregation in JCPS and the efforts made over the years to improve it.

BHM: Almost 100 years before Rosa Parks, black Louisvillians desegregated streetcars

Learn the connection of the Freedom Rides to Louisville and the stories of the many activists involved.

BHM: What does your black skin mean to you?

Skin can represent people in many ways so we asked people what their black skin means to them.

BHM: The untold story of Zegart Drugstore

A now-closed burger joint in Louisville was one of the first local restaurants to desegregate.

BHM: A Manual grad’s reflection on personal protest experience

Feature on Bob Greene, a Manual graduate involved in protests for the rights of African Americans.

BHM: Black queer icons

In honor of Black History Month, these are a few of history’s most iconic queer people.

OPINION: Reverse racism is not real

The concept of reverse racism does not exist because it violates the definition of racism.