Three years after the death of its founder, the Justice Resource Center is at risk of losing its non-profit status. The civil rights organization was founded by the late Reverend Louis Coleman in 1972 to address racial discrimination, gun violence and police brutality. Coleman died in 2008 after suffering a series of seizures. The social… Continue reading Justice Resource Center Faces Dissolution
A public hearing will be held Thursday afternoon on the proposed renaming of 34th Street in Louisville. The Metro Planning Commission is accepting comment on a plan to rename the street Louis Coleman Jr. Boulevard.
Councilwoman Judy Green proposed renaming the street last fall. She says the hearing will likely be in May, and a vote will follow weeks later.