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Hall of Fame 2001

Carl Braden (1914-1975 Louisville)

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Husband of Anne, he fought for civil rights and desegregation all his life. A former Louisville newspaperman, he risked everything when he bought a house in the allwhite Shively and sold it to an African American couple.He was charged with sedition, but the charges were later dropped.

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Ira Bell (1903-1982 Monticello)
Anne M. Braden (1924-Louisville)

Carl Braden (1914-1975 Louisville)
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Bert Combs (1911-1991 Frankfort)

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Rev. William Jones Sr. (1907-1968 Lexington)

Julia Etta Lewis (1932-1998 Lexington)
Dr. Abby L. Marlatt (1916-Lexington)

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