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Introducing Yesenia!

Posted by: Yesenia Soriano-Altamirano on July 2, 2019

Hi my name is Yesenia Soriano- Altamirano and I will be working with Kentuckians For The Commonwealth this summer to better understand the work that is happening here in our home state Kentucky.  I

Reflections From Food: Our Common Connection

Posted by: Rosanne Klarer on July 1, 2019

Food is love, and is a key part of creating any community. This was especially clear at the Rolling Bluegrass first ever grassroots food fair!

Water connects us all – World Peace and Prayer Day 2019

Posted by: Maria Truitt on June 25, 2019

Twenty-three years ago, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, the 19th generation Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe Bundle, began traveling the world conducting World Peace and Prayer Day.

Reflections from an Organizer Apprentice: Party on the river in Hart County

Posted by: Alexa Hatcher on June 20, 2019

Members in Hart County attended a Party on the River last weekend at Thelma Stovall Park in Munfordville.

ORSANCO Makes Standards Voluntary

Posted by: Robin Gee and Maria Truitt on June 17, 2019

On June 6, the current standards set by the Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) for monitoring water quality in the Ohio River became voluntary.

Northern Kentucky celebrates 10th Annual Pride!

Posted by: Joe Gallenstein on June 13, 2019

This year Northern Kentucky as a community celebrated the 10th Annual Pride!

NKY Celebrates Pride!

Posted by: Joe Gallenstein on June 4, 2019

Northern Kentucky members helped kick off Pride celebrations in May at the unveiling of the 'Y'all Means All' beer from Bircus Burewery, which benefits

Scott County residents stand against landfill

Posted by: Joe Gallenstein on June 4, 2019

Last night hundreds of residents came out to Scott County High School, filling up one side of the gym. Residents came to speak about proposed changes to the Scott County Waste Management Plan. The residents in Scott County have been fighting an expansion of the landfill, and the Scott County Fiscal Court is now considering changes to the plan to reduce future waste stored there.

Resident after resident mentioned the impact the existing landfill has had on day-to-day lives – air quality concerns, breathing concerns, dangerous traffic conditions, and repeated offenses by the landfill regarding environmental violations. As the county continues to grow, and waste from other communities is shipped in, the current situation cannot remain the same.

KFTC graduates second Organizing Academy cohort

Posted by: KFTC Staff on May 27, 2019

National Popular Vote: the majority should decide

Posted by: Virginia Meagher on May 23, 2019

For most of us, the night of Nov. 8, 2016 will be seared into our memory forever. Donald Trump had won the presidency.  

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