Join the Jefferson County Chapter of KFTC for our monthly chapter meeting.
The theme of KFTC’s annual meeting was “Generating Change: 35 Years of Action for Justice.” The Saturday morning plenary introduced folks to this theme with a panel on intergenerational organizing. K.A. Owens, a past KFTC chairperson, shared his perspective on intergenerational organizing as a long-time KFTC member, printed below.
Join us for our monthly chapter meeting. This month we'll be joined by Andrea Webster with Louisville Metro's Office of Sustainability. She be presenting information about the city's Urban Heat Island Project. Lawrence Winburn, Jr.
It’s a big election year and Kentuckians For The Commonwealth has a vision for a healthier, stronger democracy – a democracy that is authentic and participatory – a democracy where everyone has a voice. If you believe in this vision, join us for Voter Empowerment 101, a day of learning, sharing and planning to create a stronger, healthier democracy in Kentucky this election season.
Kentuckians For the Commonwealth is sending three members to a series of actions at the Republican National Convention (RNC) and Democratic National Convention (DNC) next month. Our friends at Grassroots Global Justice (GGJ) are organizing a delegation of folks from grassroots groups across the country to be at the RNC and DNC and help speak up for racial, environmental, and economic justice through a series of actions. The event is called "It Takes Roots to Change the System: The People's Caravan." It is a call to action to confront the moment we are in and stand united and strong together. If you are interested in being a part of The People's Caravan with KFTC, see below for more details and a link to apply.