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Politics and prisons, populations and pardons: repeating the past in more expensive ways

By Kyle Ellison  February 6, 2020  (Revised October 12, 2020)  In his final days in office Governor Bevin issued 650 pardons, several of which were highly controversial. We should think about the remaining 37.000 people who remain in Kentucky’s prisons and jails. Over the 220 years Kentucky has had a prison system, pardons have often been … Continue reading Politics and prisons, populations and pardons: repeating the past in more expensive ways

2020 School Board Candidates Respond to FOR Issues Questionnaire

The Aim Higher subcommittee of Fellowship of Reconciliation, Louisville Chapter (FOR) is continuing to expand its advocacy work in the Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS). For that work to succeed, we believe that all residents of Jefferson County must educate themselves about critical public education issues and elect school board members who are responsive to … Continue reading 2020 School Board Candidates Respond to FOR Issues Questionnaire

A plea to Daniel Cameron

By Vincent Gonzalez and Jim Johnson The July 15th Courier Journal article “Protestors march to AG’s Yard,”  penned by Bailey Loosemore, Hayes Gardner, and Ben Tobin, told the story of the 100 protesters who, “took their call for justice for Breonna Taylor to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s front yard in Louisville’s East end on … Continue reading A plea to Daniel Cameron

Third Thursday

Our Monthly Third Thursday Lunches have been currently suspended due to the Coronavirus.  Sign up for our newsletter so you can be informed when events resume.

We invite you to view articles and videos from our previous events.

Previous Lunches

January 16, 2020 – “More Than Just a Bed: Addressing the Needs of Louisville’s Homeless” with Nina Moseley, CEO of Wayside Christian Mission (watch VIDEO)

November 2019 –  “Kentucky’s Renewable Energy Future” with David Brown Kinloch

September 2019 – “Stories from the Border” with Cory Lockhart
June/July 2019 – “Stories from the Border” with Tricia Lloyd-Sidle
(watch VIDEO)

“Fork University” with Doug Lowry (watch VIDEO)

February 21, 2019 – “ASALH: Migration from Our Ignorance to the Truth” with Barbara Spencer Dunn (watch VIDEO)

October 2018 – “The Bail Project” with Shameka Parrish-Wright (watch VIDEO)

January 2018 – “Racial and Socio-Economic Equity Issues in Jefferson County Public Schools” with Chris Harmer (view NOTES from presentation)

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