February Third Thursday Lunch: Collective Courage

*** VIDEO OF THIS LUNCH IS NOW AVAILABLE! *** Our monthly Third Thursday Lunch series has resumed with Virtual Lunches via Zoom! JOIN US! Next Event - Thursday, February 18 at 12PM Join us for Third Thursday Luncheon’s Black History Month program featuring U of L professor and Louisville Association for Community Economics (LACE) board … Continue reading February Third Thursday Lunch: Collective Courage

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

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