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Leadership Development

Writing for Change: Race-Class Narrative

Join members of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth as we work on how to effectively write about our issues in ways that pushes forward KFTC's vision and values, creates a clear narrative for the change we need, and illustrates how systems of oppression work together in creating damage to our communities.

This workshop is designed to help people think about what they are writing, what narratives we are putting forward, and how we can use our writing to create systemic change.

Rolling Bluegrass Chapter Meeting

Join members from Scott and Harrison Counties as we work to build power to tackle injustice in our communities and across the Commonwealth. From voting rights, to fairness, to just economic policy, to protecting our environment, racial justice and beyond, our members are working for a brighter future for all Kentuckians.

NKY students register voters

Juli Russ helps orient other students for their canvass that day.

This weekend northern Kentucky members helped support students in Fort Thomas do voter registration as part of the March For Our Lives movement.

Many turn out to speak to the importance of water

In February roughly 100 people filled the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission to comment on proposals that would weaken the ORSANCO water quality station.

ORSANCO Commission Meeting

The Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) will be discussing and potentially voting on proposed changes to their Pollution Control Standards. The last chance to make public comments will be at this meeting of its Commission, where they will hold their official business meeting. There will also be a comment after the meeting to share your reflections after the meeting. 

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