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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.

Simple Ways to Spend Less on Energy and Create a Healthier, More Comfortable Home

In our Power House workshops, we've been sharing this excellent tip sheet about simple ways to spend less on energy from our friends at Bluegrass Greensource. Please take a look! 

Creating Spaces of Belonging: Anti-Oppression Within Our Organizing

KFTC aims to model and live out the values and vision that are necessary to build the world we want to live in. This workshop will support participants in building a shared understanding of systems of oppression, how they impact us and our organizing, and how we can create spaces that move us toward collective liberation.

Building Grassroots Power Through Membership Recruitment

Join KFTC members as we talk about the importance of membership recruitment in building a healthy organization, and why it is important that we ask people to join us in the work of building our vision!

Power House Energy Efficiency Workshop - Floyd County

Flier: Powerhouse St Vincent Mission Floyd County

Receive a FREE energy efficiency kit ($25 value) and learn to lower your energy bills at this open-to-the-public workshop!

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