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Co-authors Kenneth Clay and Mervin Aubespin, (Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History) will share memories of their childhood and adulthood in Louisville.
Centering on the vibrant Walnut Street, take a walk down memory lane as we remember a community that is virtually unknown to recent generations. The neighborhood, which spanned Walnut Street between Sixth and 15th Streets, grew to become a presence in the city with numerous black businesses before the urban renewal of the 1960s.
Mervin Aubespin is a retired associate editor of The Courier-Journal and a community activist. Kenneth Clay is an entrepreneur and formerly the vice-president of the Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Reservations are suggested.