Resources & Publications

E.g., 12/2017
E.g., 12/2017

Voting Rights Powerpoint!

This powerpoint presentation was used for a "Power Up!" webinar on our work to restore voting rights for former felons, an overview of the history of voting rights in Kentucky, and some information regarding the potential impact of more stringent voter id laws.

Webinar: How and why we lobby

This presentation gives an overview of KFTC's approach to grassroots lobbying and an overview of issues affecting the 2014 KY General Assembly.

Local Option Sales Tax webinar

This presentation discusses the problems with creating municipal sales taxes on top of our existing state sales tax and other ways to address the financial needs of our cities.

Jason Bailey, director of Kentucky Center for Economic Policy presented information on the tax and Linda Stettenbenz, member of the Economic Justice committee, presented information about KFTC's tax work.

Local Strategies for Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewables

This powerpoint presentation was used as part of a workshop focused on Local Strategies for Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, hosted by the Wilderness Trace chapter on October 12, 2013.

Sustainable Energy workshop

This powerpoint was used as part of a Sustainable Energy workshop given in Danville on July 27, 2013.

Local Economies to Save the Land and People

Noted Kentucky farmer and author Wendell Berry spoke at the 2013 Annual Membership Meeting of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth. This is the text of his speech.

Defining Fairness

WFPL-FM, public radio in Louisville, has produced a national award-winning (the Unity Award) series that looked at the issues facing diverse LGBTQ Louisvillians – race, religion, family, income, disability, and the struggles that fall outside the mainstream narrative of gay rights.

ABF Conference: Expanding Broadband Internet: Connected Nation Presentation

Travis Lane's presentation on Connected Nation from the Expanding Broadband Internet workshop during Appalachia's Bright Future conference held in Harlan, KY, April 2013.

ABF conference: Sue Tallichet's opening statement

KFTC chairperson Sue Tallichet's opening statement during the Saturday plenary session of the Appalachia's Bright Future Conference.

Making our voices heard for clean energy policies

This slideshow is intended to prepare Kentuckians to have effective conversations with their elected officials about the opportunity and need for clean energy policies in our state. It was prepared by the Kentucky Sustainable Energy Alliance in January 2013.