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Vigil to End Detention Camps

On July 12, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky, hundreds gathered at the Cathedral of the Assumption to call for an end to the inhumane conditions at our southern border.  The event was organized by the Archdiocese of Louisville in response to a call from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to express concern for and solidarity … Continue reading Vigil to End Detention Camps

2019 School Board Candidates Respond to FOR Issues Questionnaire

The Aim Higher subcommittee of FOR is continuing to expand its advocacy work in the Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS). As part of that work, we have asked the eight school board candidates in the contested school district 4 race (to fill a vacated seat in southwest Jefferson County) to respond to 13 questions in … Continue reading 2019 School Board Candidates Respond to FOR Issues Questionnaire

400 Years of Inequality

By Gracie Lewis                                               August 2019 marked the 400th Commemoration of Black Enslavement in America. In August 1619, more than 20 Africans landed at Point Comfort, the present-day Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia.  According to the early documents, they had been acquired from a Portuguese slave ship, put aboard the “White Lion,” an English ship, and … Continue reading 400 Years of Inequality

Third Thursday Lunches

Third Thursday Lunch
“Kentucky’s Renewable Energy Future”
David Brown Kinloch

Climate Change can only be stopped by moving away from fossil fuel and to Renewable Energy. The Renewable Energy revolution has begun, but not so much in Kentucky. Why has Kentucky been so slow to embrace Renewable Energy? David Brown Kinloch has been working in renewable energy development in Kentucky for the last 37 years, primarily in small hydropower
development. Dave will share some of his successful projects and lay out a path to a clean energy future for Kentucky.

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