Forsooth Newspaper

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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.

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Third Thursday Lunches

OCTOBER 17
Connected Divide:
Stories from the US-Mexico Border
Featured Speakers:
Tricia Lloyd-Sidle and Cory Lockhart

Hear two Louisville residents talk about their recent experiences
as human rights accompaniers on the US/Mexico border.
Working in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Tricia Lloyd-Sidle (in June-July)
and Cory Lockhart (in September) witnessed the impact US
militarization of the border has on Mexican border communities.
They accompanied asylum seekers hoping to enter the US and
the Mexicans whose work with migrants makes them vulnerable.
Tricia is a retired Presbyterian minister who volunteers locally with
the Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Justice. Cory teaches
and facilitates classes and workshops on Compassionate
Communication, nonviolence, and related topics, and is a
reservist with Christian Peacemaker Teams.