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Arty Pie Party

The Scott County chapter of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth is holding it's annual Arty Pie Party on November 11th at Yuko En on the Elkhorn! We hope members come to bid on silent auction local baked goods and art, purchase KFTC merchandise, learn about the work local KFTC membersa re doing on a variety of issues, enjoy good food, great music, and amazing company!

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

Kentuckians organize for climate justice

This is a critical time in the movement to create jobs, protect our health and climate, and advance a just transition for affected workers and communities.

Make Kentucky Great Again Trivia!

Join KFTC as we have a Kentucky themed trivia night to help celebrate our state's history (and birthday)!

Northern Kentucky Prepares to Rally In Support of Open & Inclusive Communities

March Madness doesn't apply only to basketball, it seems. We have seen an increase in ICE raids across the country, targeting undocumented persons whose only crime have been a search for a better life. We have seen an increased number of attacks on folks for the mere perception of being Muslim. And we have seen a that many would argue is illegal, immoral, and is a twist on President Trump's campaign promise of a Muslim ban. Our organization has made a commitment to stand against such injustice, and we need you to help us put our words into action.

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