February 21st, 2018

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: 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: Attica Scott discusses her political career and racial identity

RedEye reporters sat down with Attica Scott, House district 41 representative, for her views on politics, the black community, education and more

BHM: A timeline of Louisville’s rich civil rights history

Take a journey through the untold stories of Civil Rights in Louisville.

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.

OPINION: ‘New racism’ exists today

Diluted racism, also known as new racism, is explained in the modern context.

BHM: The untold story of Zegart Drugstore

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

BHM: Excellence in the Black Community #1

RedEye features Camille Smith in the first installment of #REBlackExcellence, a series highlighting the achievements of black students at Manual.

BHM: The Evans family guide to Cajun cooking

A look into Olivia's family special recipes and love for cooking.

BHM: Presidents and their roles in black history

Today marks the 132nd Presidents' Day. Here is a look back at presidents and how they influenced black history.