Kentuckians For The Commonwealth
is a community of people, inspired by
a Vision, building New Power and
a better future for all of us. Together,
we organize for a fair economy, a
healthy environment, new safe energy
and an honest democracy. Join us.

Tanya Torp

How/Why/How long have you been involved with KFTC?  

Two years.

How/why did you decide to become a New Power Leader?

I believe in the model that reminds me of the heart of grassroots organizing: Power to the people, power through relationships, synergy and sharing your passion with the people in your sphere of influence.

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Political powers showed their worst; we work to build the best

KFTC works for an open, healthy democracy and a high quality of life for all people. In recent days we witnessed some of the best examples of democratic participation and the worst examples of political manipulation. As legislators passed bills that undermine our democratic values and sense of basic fairness, Kentuckians stood up on the steps of the capitol and across the state to demonstrate the grassroots power at the heart of democracy.

As we move forward in this fight, it’s important that we stand together. We are working for a Kentucky that we haven’t yet achieved, where politicians don’t have the power... Read more

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KFTC's Organizing Academy pilot cohort successfully completes six-month training!

KFTC stands with workers

KFTC members stand in solidarity with public workers and all working people under attack …

Kentuckians tell McConnell time is up, pass RECLAIM now

Kentuckians rallied at senator's Lexington office asking him to end delays passing RECLAIM

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Training, focus on community housing, is a life-changing opportunity …

Kentuckians speak up against anti-solar House Bill 227

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