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Barn Bash brings members together, raises funds

Wilderness Trace Barn Bash 2017

KFTC hosts annual Barn Bash, the Wilderness Trace Chapter's biggest annual event to celebrate great local work, invite new folks into KFTC, encourage members to renew their membership, and raise funds.

Save the Rent

Join musician Gloria San Miguel, poet Sherry Cook Stanforth of Thomas More College's Creative Writing and Vision Program, Pam Mullins will discuss the Community and Restorative Justice in Covington initiative, including introducing a young poet and rapper who is a part of the project, and others from Kentuckians For The Commonwealth for a night of music, poetry, and discussion around important

Resistance Cookout and Potluck!

Join Kentuckians For The Commonwealth for a cookout and potluck celebration of the work KFTC and others have been doing to promote justice. The event will include a chance to learn more about Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, a panel of local organizations discussing the moment we are in, and a chance to enjoy good food with friends in the community.

Kentucky Trivia Success!

The Northern Kentucky chapter held Kentucky Trivia, which the chapter called Make Kentucky Great, to celebrate Kentucky's 225th birthday! The event was aimed at raising awareness about KFTC's work, celebrate Kentucky's history, and have a good time. 

Build grassroots power: support Organizing Academy, Apprentices

Our values are being challenged every day – here at home in Kentucky and across the country.

But KFTC members are standing for the Kentucky we know is possible. In the halls of Frankfort and in our communities, we’re resisting with a vision for affordable healthcare, clean energy solutions, fairness and equality, and a healthy democracy.


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