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A Year Without Events: What We’ve Missed The Most

We’re quickly sneaking up on a year since that week last March when the world changed. Most of us were bracing ourselves for it, but we didn’t exactly know what to expect back then from the emerging coronavirus. And here we are, stuck in winter of 2021, still locked in a battle with the pandemic. But, not without hope, as vaccines circulate, providing a little optimism that we’ll all soon get to hang out again. Because, here at LEO, we miss events. Missing out on events wasn’t the most important thing in 2020, of course, as a racial justice movement,... Read More

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Aaron Yarmuth

State Republicans Are Working To Disrupt City Government 

As I wrote three weeks ago about Republican state lawmakers renewing their “War on Louisville,”...
The Midwesternist
Dan Canon

Indiana in the Amazing Year 2025 

In the old times, before the Great Freeze, when there was still such a thing...
Write Some Shit
Hannah Drake

Downtown Louisville Is Just Missing The Whites Only Signs

Last year, I had the opportunity to join Until Freedom in New York City during...