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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

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR Louisville Chapter) statement on Israel’s annexation of Palestinian land in the West Bank

For over 50 years, Israel has been occupying Palestinian land and has been illegally transferring its own population there in violation of international law. Israel’s decision to begin annexing the West Bank signals to the world that Israel has no intention of allowing a two-state solution in which Palestinians would have basic rights in a … Continue reading Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR Louisville Chapter) statement on Israel’s annexation of Palestinian land in the West Bank

Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR Louisville Chapter) Statement on the killing of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd

The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR Louisville Chapter) wishes to extend our deepest sympathy to the families of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd and all those who have lost loved ones because the injustice of racism is so embedded in our country.  We call for Metro Louisville to: End the use of excessive force on unarmed … Continue reading Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR Louisville Chapter) Statement on the killing of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd