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On this episode of Louisville Life, we take a look at Louis Brandeis, the Supreme Court ground-breaker who called Louisville home and for whom U of L’s law school is named. We learn more about him and the influence he still has nearly 75 years after his death.
We'll visit Harvest, an East Market Street restaurant dedicated to farm-to-table eating.
We also explore New Roots, a local non-profit that's helping connect residents in low-income neighborhoods with fresh local produce through an innovative strategy called “Fresh Stop.” At a Fresh Stop, residents pool their money and negotiate with farmers to purchase produce in bulk, which is then divided into shares on a sliding scale fee.
In the studio, Candyce talks with David Barksdale, historian and committee member on the bicentennial of New Albany.