When Campbellsville City Council member Sharon Hoskins-Sanders graduated from Durham School, an all-black school, in 1964 and went to Campbellsville High School, which was integrated the year before, she had some fear about how she and other students might be treated.
"There, it was a transition," said Hoskins-Sanders. "But surprisingly, we went in and we were accepted. And we could do everything, anything that anybody at the school could do. It wasn't like we were so alienated or segregated."