Chapter: Central Kentucky
The central Kentucky chapter is one of the oldest chapters within KFTC. We are a diverse group of people who care about making our communities healthy and safe for all people. Our chapter members are interested in a range of issues, but currently we are working on educating folks about democracy through our restoration of voting rights campaign and voter empowerment work, creating a public dialogue about safe spaces through our safe restrooms campaign, and focusing on economic injustices within Lexington through our economic justice survey project. Feel Please join us at our next chapter meeting or one of our upcoming events. Meet other chapter members and learn about the exciting work we're doing and how you can be a part of it!
Central Kentucky KFTC engages in local work: First District residents speak with Councilman Chris Ford
Our Voices Matter: Writing as Activism Creates a Space for Community Members to Speak With Their Pens
We meet every 3rd Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Episcopal Mission House on the corner of 4th St. and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Lexington. Our meetings are open to the public, so anyone is welcome to attend.