Serving as a catalyst for grassroots organizing and movement building in Appalachia and the South, the Highlander Center develops leadership, knowledge, and courage among diverse people collectively fighting for justice, equality, and sustainability.
Join us on the 1st Monday of every month for the Wilderness Trace KFTC chapter meeting. It is a great time to plan local work, discussion local and state-wide work, meet new people, and much more. Everyone is welcome and invited to attend!
Join us in welcoming Spring, Easter flowers, warmer weather, and a season FULL of events across east Kentucky! Enjoy an art exhibit by Appalachian women with special guest speajer Lacy Hale of EpiCentre Arts Collective and the KY Arts Council. We’ll als
On Wednesday, April 8th, Mississippi death row exoneree Sabrina Butler Porter will visit the EKU campus in Richmond to share her story. Butler was a teenager when she was sentenced to death for the abuse and murder of her infant son.