Our Partners and Project Team
University of Louisville Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research (exhibit co-curators and writers)
The Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research was founded in 2006 to honor the work and legacy of longtime racial justice organizer, educator and journalist Anne Braden. In bridging the gap between academic research and community activism for racial and social justice, the Institute seeks to advance public understanding of the U.S. civil rights movement, both its powerful history and its unfinished business.
Louisville Free Public Library (exhibit co-curation and graphic design)
The Library's mission is to provide the people of Louisville and Jefferson County with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning.
The Courier-Journal (photos)
Currently a Gannett publication, the Courier-Journal has been Louisville, Kentucky's premier daily newspaper since 1868. The Courier-Journal's library contains a vast archive of Louisville photographic history. Also the employer of Carl Braden at the time of the sedition trial, the Courier-Journal was instrumental in helping the Braden Institute and Louisville Free Public Library to promote the original exhibit
Exhibit Writers: Catherine Fosl, Ph.D., Mariam Williams, and Jessica Potish Whitish
Curators: Catherine Fosl, and Paul Burns, with assistance from Jamie Beard and Mariam Williams
Archivists and Image Managers: Carrie Daniels, Sarah-Jane Poindexter, Elizabeth Reilly, Marcy Werner
Courier-Journal Librarian: Denise Smith
Panel Graphic Design: Paul Burns
Display Cases Design: Mariam Williams and Jamie Beard
Digital Exhibit Design: GRIDS
Digital Exhibit Copywriting: Mariam Williams and Catherine Fosl
Technical assistance provided by Jamie Beard and Mallie Feltner