Chapter: Southern Kentucky
Do you want Bowling Green’s best characteristics to grow even faster than Bowling Green itself?
So do we. So join us in working for fair housing, clean and affordable energy, and in building local support for our statewide work on tax justice, voting rights, and clean, safe and affordable energy options.
Working together, we are building the movement for economic, environmental and social justice in southern Kentucky.
We’d love to have you join for our monthly meetings every 4th Tuesday at The Foundry. Bring your friends!
Read an op-ed by Southern Kentucky chapter member, Jeanie Smith on the importance of an Earned Income Tax Credit for Kentuckians.
"I live in Warren County, where according to the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, a state EITC would directly benefit more than 10,000 Warren County families, with an average credit of $330. Our families, like families all over Kentucky, are working hard to make it today. Having a $300-$400 tax credit that targets low- to moderate-income working families would make such a difference in the day-to-day."
The Southern Kentucky chapter worked with Bowling Green Housing Coalition to create the Barren River Area Renters' Handbook. Click the image above to read it online.
Join us for our monthly meeting every 4th Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.