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Leadership Development

NKY Democracy Meeting

Join KFTC members as we dig into where we want to do long term voter engagement work: what precincts and cities we want to canvass in 2019 in the lead up to the 2019 and 2020 election, what communities we want to see greater turnout from, and what it will take to build a progressive, multi-racial, and working class based voting block across northern Kentucky that will work to promote and protec

NKY Democracy Meeting

Join KFTC members as we dig into where we want to do long term voter engagement work: what precincts and cities we want to canvass in 2019 in the lead up to the 2019 and 2020 election, what communities we want to see greater turnout from, and what it will take to build a progressive, multi-racial, and working class based voting block across northern Kentucky that will work to promote and protec

NKY Racial Justice Meeting

Join members as we discuss ongoing work around bringing greater diversity within KFTC, focus on issues impacting communities of color, lifting up people of color's voices, and showing up for allies in the racial justice community.

This committee is working on a racial justice film series, work around ban the box, voting rights, immigrant rights, and more!

NKY Racial Justice Meeting

Join members as we discuss ongoing work around bringing greater diversity within KFTC, focus on issues impacting communities of color, lifting up people of color's voices, and showing up for allies in the racial justice community.

This committee is working on a racial justice film series, work around ban the box, voting rights, immigrant rights, and more!

KFTC members and allies claim the House, meet with Bevin

Chanting “Whose House? The people’s House! Whose House? Our House!” KFTC members sent a message to legislators and the governor that Kentuckians have a right to be in the capitol.

As the legislature resumed on February 5 after a recess, members were in Frankfort to lead a series of “spontaneous” mini rallies that started small and grew in number as participants moved throughout the capitol annex toward the governor’s office. Why mini-rallies? One of Gov. Matt Bevin's new regulations to limit public participation defines a rally as four or more people.

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