Forsooth Newspaper


FORsooth is the acclaimed Louisville Fellowship of Reconciliation’s (FOR) monthly newspaper.  Starting over twenty years ago as a simple schedule of local events and activities, the paper has grown to its present 8 page format.  It still features a schedule of events, activities and local contacts for Louisville’s peace, justice and solidarity communities.  In its pages you will find articles written by mostly local writers on issues of peace, racial justice, immigrants, GLBTQ rights, the environment, women, labor, politics and much more.





Third Thursday Lunches

Racial and Socio-Economic Equity Issues in Jefferson County Public Schools”
Next Third Thursday: April 19, 2018
“Reflections of a Murder Victim’s Daughter on the Death Penalty & Its Abolition”
Miriam Hans & Mark Meade
In January 2000, Louisville native Cecil Byrd was shot and murdered at his home when four armed
robbers broke into the missionary compound in Mozambique where he was stationed. His daughter,
Miriam Hans, was shocked and angry – but was influenced by her mother’s forgiveness of the killers.
Hans will share her reflections about the proper punishment for those who commit such violent, lifeending
crimes, and why the death penalty is not the right choice for victims’ families. Mark Meade,
Assistant Director of Bellarmine’s Merton Center and a Board member with the Kentucky Coalition to
Abolish the Death Penalty (KCADP), will follow with an update on recent efforts to abolish the death
penalty in Kentucky.
Hotel Louisville • 120 West Broadway (Corner of First & Broadway)
– Free Off-Street Parking –
Buffet Lunch at 11:30 • Presentation at Noon • $7.00 at the Door
Reservations required by MONDAY before the lunch
RSVP to Cathy Ford at 502/458-1223 or