Racial Justice

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

Verses For The Commonwealth

Join us as we show the many faces of KFTC and Kentucky through poetry and speakers, illustrating our diverse backgrounds, promote our issues, and building excitement about the possibilities and impact we can have this fall!

This event will feature Kentucky poets Morgan Bell, Ron Ellis, and Garry Gallenstein, as well as speakers from Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, DSA of Metro Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, and Youth Educating Society.

You can purchase tickets for $8 in advance or $10 at the door!

NKY Racial Justice Meeting

Join northern Kentucky members as they discuss ongoing work on how to tackle our work through racial justice lens, to uplift voices of northern Kentuckians of color, and to tackle issues of injustice.

We'll be discussing ongoing film series around racial justice, how to include racial justice work within our voter empowerment work, how the state budget could impact local people of color, and local immigrant rights work. 

Coffee with Candidates

Come and join Kentuckians For The Commonwealth as we invite candidates for Covington City Commission to hang out with voters in Covington! We hope you join us, and ask them about the issues you care about. We will have some information on who we at KFTC are, what we do, and the last chance to register to vote before the primary is over!

NKY Members Support Immigrant Rights

Two DACA students who shared their stories, and described how the immigration system impacts families

Northern Kentucky members of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth showed up to support ongoing work around immigrant rights in northern Kentucky.

A community conversation with the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival

2018 0329 PPCNCMR Benham KY stevepavey (40 of 43)On March 29, nearly a 150 people from across Kentucky and central Appalachia gathered in Harlan County for a community conversation with each other and with Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II and Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, as part of the national listening tour of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival

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