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Alicestyne Adams, Georgetown College
Katrina Taylor Akande, University of Kentucky
Shevawn Akers
Rev. C.B. Akins, First Baptist Church, Bracktown
Roszalyn Akins
Michael Albert
Jay Alexander, 107.9 The Beat
Michelle Alexander, civil rights activist
Lonnie Ali, Muhammad Ali Center
Joy Allen, Impact 100 Owensboro
Kathy Allen, Amachi Central Kentucky
Will Allen, Growing Power Inc.
Derek Anderson
Dr. Demetra Antimisiaris, University of Louisville
Saundra Ardrey, Western Kentucky University
Maurice Ashley
Mervin Aubespin, author
Logan Avritt
Charles Badger, Kentucky Federation of College Republicans
Ihsan Bagby, University of Kentucky Islamic Studies
Doraine Bailey, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department
Simon T. Bailey, Brilliance Institute
Kimberly Henderson Baird, assistant commonwealth's attorney
Sonya Gabrielle Baker, soprano
Adam Banks, University of Kentucky
Stephanie Barnett, CLOUT
Natalie Barrett, Natalie L. Young, PSC
Natalie Barrett, accountant
Dina Abby Bartlett, Mary Byron Project
Betty Baye
Janet Beard, Fifth Third Bank
Soreyda Benedit Begley, fashion designer
Jane Beshear
Tara Betts
Garry R. Bibbs, sculptor
Dana Bingham, Islamic convert
Howard Bingham, Muhammad Ali Center
Cathy Black, CBS News
Hope Blackmon, WLOU radio
Vickie Blevins-Booth
Karen Bolin, Norton Healthcare
Mark Bolton
Sgt. Andre Bottoms
Cerise Bouchard, Mother Nurture
Alexandra Bradner
Holly Brady, Ten Kids Inc.
Dana S. Branham, Edward Jones
Dana S. Branham, financial adviser
Joan Brannon, Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center
Donna Brazile
Annette Bridges, Early Childhood Development Program
Glinda Bridgforth
Ruth Brinkley
Annette Brooks, AIDS education advocate
Beth Dotson Brown
Bridget Brown, Brown’s Bakery
Denise E. Brown
Freddie Brown, Activate America
J. Michael Brown, Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
James Brown, Brown’s Bakery
Tamara Brown, University of Kentucky
Elisa Bruce, Fifth Third Bank
Kathy Bullock, Berea College
Jack Burch, Community Action Council
Aukram Burton, Jefferson County Public Schools
Sabrina Butler
Allison Caban-Holt, University of Kentucky
Dana Canedy, journalist and author
Kirsten Carey, Cornerstone Assembly of God, Danville
Susan Carvalho, University of Kentucky
Marissa Castellanos, Catholic Charities
James Chambers, Bluegrass Community and Technical College
Ronald Chi
Jahi Chikwendiu, photographer
Rachel Childress
Judith Clabes
Brian Clardy, Murray State University
Angel Clark
Marilyn Clark, Worksmart
Phyllis Clark, University of Louisville and Clark Life Consortium
Martha Clark, Impact 100 Owensboro
Doris Clark-Parham, Murray State University
Doris Clark-Sarr, Murray State University
Nita Clarke
Ken Clay, author
Mattie Clay, farmer
Yolanda Kelsor Clay, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Lexington
Dewey M. Clayton, author
Roger Cleveland, Morehead State University
Lonnie Clinkscale, Touch Someone’s Life Ministries
Willie Cole, artist
Rev. Byron Cooper, Kingdom Purpose Ministries
William H. Cornish, Tuskegee Airmen
Rev. Kevin W. Cosby, St. Stephen Church, Louisville
Mark Coyne, University of Kentucky
David Cozart, Urban League
David Cozart
Czarena Crofcheck
Ron Crouch, Office of Employment and Training
Steve Crump, WBTV, Charlotte, NC
Raoul Cunningham, Louisville NAACP
Helen Danser, Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission
Pam Darnall
Jennie Jean Davidson
Darryl Davis, artist
Eddie Davis, photographer
Hasan Davis
Meka Davis, Lexington Fair Housing Council
Spike Davis, comedian
Nancy Dawson, historian
Gail Demery, Demery and Associates
Dwayne F. Depp, Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky
Mozziz DeWalt
Rebecca DiLoreto, Children's Law Center
Master Tung Dinh
Jennifer Dishman, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Lexington
Dr. William Crouch, Georgetown College
Tananarive Due, author
Margaret Dunbar-Demaree, 1+1=U
Angelo Dundee, boxing trainer
Dot Dunn, Lakeview Point Bed and Breakfast
Marian Wright Edelman, Children’s Defense Fund
Dr. Joycelyn Elders, former U.S. surgeon general
Colmon Elridge III, governor’s executive assistant
Colene Elridge
Jim Embry, Sustainable Communities Network
Jennifer Erena
Sheri Estill, family caregiver
Dr. Tamea Evans
Dr. Tamea Evans
Rev. D. Anthony Everett
Linda Ewald, Kentucky Death Penalty Assessment Team
Nashid Fakhrid-deen, Conference on the Black Family in America
Teri Faragher, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
Bill Farmer Jr., United Way of the Bluegrass
Elaine Farris, Bureau of Learning and Results Services
Sonja Feist-Price, University of Kentucky
Howard Fineman
Nikky Finney
Rev. Norman Fischer, St. Peter Claver Catholic Church
Diane Fleet
Chris Ford, REACH
Catherine Fosl
Yusef Franklin, minister
Elisa Freeman-Carr, Alzheimer’s Association
Rufus Friday
Krystal Frieson
Darrell Fuller, iServe Advisors
Rus Funk
Shawn Gardner, 2NOT1
Gip Gibson, Ten Kids Inc.
Yvonne Giles, Isaac Scott Hathaway Museum
Charisse Gillett
Dr. Jai Gilliam, Lexington physician
Michael Jamahl Glaze, Amachi Central Kentucky
Vanessa Glaze, Amachi Central Kentucky
State Rep. Jim Glenn, D-Owensboro
Alma Glover, Ralph Bunche Community Center
Keli Goff, political commentator
Kurt Gohde
Pamela R. Goodwine, Fayette Circuit Court Judge
Bruce S. Gordon, NAACP
State Rep. Derrick Graham, D-Frankfort
Stedman Graham, S. Graham and Associates
Angie Green, breast cancer survivor
Ellen Green, Hosparus
Lora Hurd Griffin
Kathy Groob
Msiba Ann Beard Grundy, activist
Susan Guess
Morgan Guess
Kelly Gunning
Marjorie Guyon, artist
Ed Hamilton, sculptor
dream hampton
Carol Hanley, University of Kentucky
John Hardin, Western Kentucky University
Debra Harley, University of Kentucky
Dr. Torrie Harris, NOAAH
Joy Harris
Judith Hatch, Central Baptist Hospital nurse
Audrey Haynes
Dawn Heinecken
Stephen Hightower, Hightowers Petroleum
Cathy Holloway Hill
Hattie Hill, management consultant
Janell Hocker, Step Higher
Janet Steele Holloway
bell hooks, feminist scholar
Tammy Horn, beekeeper
Dr. Timothy M. Houchin
Mary Lynn Houlihan, victims' advocate
Donna Hubbard
J. Blaine Hudson, University of Louisville
David Hudspeth, Main Street Youth Center, Murray
Gretchen Hunt, Ky. Division of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services
Byron Hurt
Abdon Ibarra, Kentucky Housing Corp.
Immaculée Ilibagiza, Rwandan genocide survivor
Jenny Inman, Kentucky Women in Agriculture
Nat Irvin, business professor, futurist
Teresa Isaac, Lexington mayor
Dana Jackson
Darla M. Jackson, Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission
Judy “J.J.” Jackson
Lucille Jackson
Nikki Jackson, Kentucky Personnel Cabinet Secretary
Sherron Jackson, Council on Postsecondary Education
Andrea James, Lexington
Steve James
Wil James, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky
Shelby Jenkins
William Jenkins, St. James AME Church, Danville
Antoinette Johnson
Ben Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau
Calvin Johnson
Hope Johnson
Janet Johnson, Pike County Health Department
John J. Johnson, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights
Mark Johnson, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department
Rana Johnson, Council on Postsecondary Education
Sally Johnson
LeTonia Jones, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association
Rev. Kimberly Jones
Ricky Jones, University of Louisville
Carol E. Jordan
Eleanor Jordan
Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Abigail Kearn, beekeeper
Karen Kelly, Operation UNITE
J.L. King, AIDS education advocate
Keidra King
Naomi Barber King
Mark Lawrence Kornbluh, University of Kentucky
John Landon
C’lest Lanier, Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage
Ray Larson
Vivian Lasley-Bibbs, NOAAH
Dr. Vinnette Little, Central Baptist Hospital
TK Logan, University of Kentucky
Regan Lookadoo
Joey Maggard, Central Kentucky American Heart Association
Loretta Maldaner, Purchase Area Health Education Center
Delanor Manson, Hosparus
Nancy Martin, University of Louisville
Dr. Stephanie Mayfield Gibson
Michael McCall, Kentucky Community and Technical College System
Gina McCauley, blog publisher
Tori Murden McClure
Everett McCorvey, University of Kentucky Opera Theatre
Karen McDaniel, Berea College
Stephen McFayden
Kenya McGruder, Obama campaigner
Reginald Meeks, Kentucky Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials
Freda Meriwether, Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center
Janie Miller, Cabinet for Health and Family Services
Kate Miller
Marvin Mills, Murray State University
Frank Minnifield
Gwin Minter, motivational speaker
Beverly Mitchell, Kentucky Department of Public Health
D. McGinnis Mitchell, Premier Mortgage Group
Jerry Mitchell, Mississippi journalist
Dr. Anthony Morano, cardiologist
Michael Morgan, Kentucky Community and Technical College System
Stephanie Morris, Inner City Breakthrough Ministry
Karyn Moskowitz
Abdul Muhammad, Fifth Third Central Kentucky
Shambra Mulder
Quincy Murdock
Donna LJ Murphy
George Myers
State Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville
Bobbie Neihaus
Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt
Willie Newby, First Baptist Church of Perryville
Felicia Nu’Man, assistant commonwealth’s attorney
Steven Thurston Oliver
Kevin Olusola
Osi Onyekwuluje, Bowling Green attorney
Rep. Sannie Overly
State Rep. Darryl Owens, D-Louisville
Cheryl Pan, Chinese Folk Dancer
Jennifer Parks, JPNdustries
Juan Peña, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights
Bree Pearsall, Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center
Porter “P.G.” Peeples, Lexington Urban League
Benita Peoples, cancer survivor
Kiki Petrosino
Miles Phelps, Amachi Central Kentucky
Joker Phillips, football coach
Michael J. Phillips
Harry Pickens, jazz pianist
Mimi Pickering
Kenyetta Pinkston
Susan Pope
Kevin Powell, political activist
Sandra Powell, Foothills Community Action Partnership
Georgia Davis Powers, civil rights activist
Rosetta Lucas Quisenberry, author/teacher
Mario J. Radford, gospel singer
Mahjabeen Rafiuddin, Kentucky Conference for Community and Justice
Sheryl Lee Ralph, actress and AIDS activist
Alma Randolph, gospel singer/community activist
Shahied Rashid, Islamic Society of Central Kentucky
Malcolm Ratchford, Community Action Council
Sadiqa Reynolds, Louisville mayor's office
Jaleh Rezaie
Sanford T. Roach, educator/coach
L. Dennis “Coach D” Robinson, LDT & Associates Leadership Academy
Doug Roederer, businessman/activist
Gerry Roll, Hazard/Perry County Community Ministries
Chastity Ross
Tami Ross
Patricia Russell-McCloud, Motivational Speaker
Norb Ryan
Stephen Saloom
Jo Sanders, gender equity consultant
Sue Scheff, University of Kentucky
Sister Mary Schmuck, Catholic Charities of Louisville
Sheila Schuster
Attica Scott
Attica Scott, Kentucky Jobs for Justice
Bobby Scroggins
Danzy Senna, author
Jill Seyfred
Jerry Shepard, First Christian Church, Danville
Fasica Christine Shiferaw
George Sholar, Friends of Cherokee State Park
Mary Evans Sias, Kentucky State University
State Rep. Arnold Simpson, D-Covington
Brian Slate
Anne Sleet, Perryville mayor
Lori Sliwa
Dr. Ian Smith, Celebrity Fit Club
Gerald Smith, University of Kentucky
Mary Levi Smith, Kentucky State University
Patricia Smith, performance poet
Stephanie Smith, Hosparus
Thom Southerland, Lexington Public Library
Bianca Spriggs, poet
Ron Spriggs, Tuskegee Airmen exhibit
Michele Staton-Tindall
Sherrie Stefan, Kosair Children’s Hospital
Jane Stephenson
Sen. Katie Stine
Kaila Story
Ted Strader
William E. 'Bill' Strickland
Charlie Strong, University of Louisville football coach
Alice Strong-Simmons
Robyn Stuart, D B Bourbon Candy
Mae Suramek
Willie Taggart, football coach at Western Kentucky University
Dr. Janet Taylor
Linda Taylor, REACH
Marian M. Taylor, Kentucky Council of Churches
Don Tharpe, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Lundeana M. Thomas, University of Louisville
Reginald Thomas
Tim W. Thomas, Crime Stoppers
Darlene Thomas, GreenHouse 17
Aaron Thompson, sociologist
Myrdin Thompson
Samantha Thornhill
Medina Tipton, Kentucky Department of Public Health
Kremena Todorova
Thomas Tolliver, Lexington resident
Michelle Tooley
Tanya Torp
Djuan Trent
Dr. Adewale Troutman, director of Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness
Stephanie Troutman
Lois Turner, advocate for breast cancer awareness
William H. Turner
MaryLee Perry Underwood
Marisol Valles, National Alliance on Mental Illness
Analisa Wagoner
Charlene Walker, Bluegrass Community and Technical College
Frank X Walker, author
Maryjean Wall, sports journalist
Frank Weaver, Tuskegee Airmen
Dr. George Webb, Hosparus
Spencer West
Whit Whitaker, singer and actor
Amy Wickliffe
Phillip Wilkins, businessman/consultant
Crystal Wilkinson, poet
Doris Wilkinson, University of Kentucky sociologist
Jakobi Williams
Jarvis Williams, Campbellsville University
Mariam Williams
Raquel Williams, Guide Realty Inc.
Sheila Williams, author
Mary Wilson, heart attack survivor
Anthony Wright
Meghan K. Wright
Steve Wrinn, University Press of Kentucky
Rep. Addia Wuchner
Vershawn A. Young
Socorro Zaragoza, Eastern Kentucky University