Racial Justice

KFTC is working for a day when discrimination is wiped out of our laws, habits, and hearts.

NKY Supporting Our Neighbors Immigrant Rights Workshop

Heyra and Jose lead discussion on next steps attendees can take to protect and promote immigrant rights.

Heyra Avila, an animated young woman from Florence, addressed a group of us fellow Northern Kentuckians on a Wednesday night at the end of long day. Her energy was infectious. Her story made a deep impression. She opened up about a precarious, hard-to-imagine trek that she and her family made over a decade ago between Mexico and the U.S.

Empower Kentucky Environmental Justice Analysis - Exec Summary

This Executive Summary describes the outcomes of an Environmental Justice Analysis developed by KFTC members as part of the Empower Kentucky Plan. For more information, visit empowerkentucky.org.

Owning and disowning the past without forgetting what happened

For Kentuckians, the issue of Confederate monument removal or reinterpretation has come up in Louisville, Lexington and Frankfort. In Lexington, Mayor Gray is proposing the relocation of the statues of slavery defenders John C. Breckinridge and John Hunt Morgan from the front of the old courthouse, where a slave auction block once stood.

Get Out Movie Night!

Join members of the Scott County NAACP, KFTC, Georgetown College Ambassadors for Diversity, and others for a showing of the psychological thriller Get Out. This event will also feature a discussiong about race in America, and how we work towards greater racial justice in 2017.

NKY Racial Justice MEeting

Join KFTC members as we discuss ongoing work to promote racial justice and equity in our communities and beyond.

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