FORsooth is produced by the Louisville Chapter of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (Louisville FOR), and focuses on social justice issues including LGBTQ rights, peace, racial justice, women's rights, the environment, immigrants and labor. The Archives has a nearly complete run from 1990 through December 2016 (October 1991; December 2010/January 2011-March 2011 are missing), and an incomplete run 2017-2019. Duplicates of several issues are boxed with Newsletters and Newspapers of Local Organizations.
The Louisville Chapter of the Fellowship of Reconcilliation (LFOR) was founded on Armistice Day in 1975 by activists George and Jean Edwards. LFOR organizes rallies, boycotts, and other forms of non-violent protest in support of peace, racial and economic justice and LGBTQ rights. LFOR publishes FORSooth once a month, except in January (which is combined with the December issue) and August (which is combined with the July issue). In addition to providing a calendar of events, FORSooth reports on issues relating to their concerns with justice, peace and equality.
FORsooth, 1998_117_D-UA, Box: 1; Box: 2. University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections. https://archivescatalog.library.louisville.edu/repositories/2/resources/566 Accessed August 08, 2020.