During her time with the ACLU of Kentucky, as both general counsel and board chair, Sara Pratt worked on many court cases for the organization. A case of particular interest for Pratt was one “Jane Doe.” In 1988, Jane Doe was pregnant and also had breast cancer. Her doctors said the pregnancy would put her […]
This is one in a series of profiles marking the 60th anniversary of the ACLU of Kentucky’s founding. Each week through December 2015 we will highlight the story of one member, client, case, board or staff member that has been an integral part of our organization’s rich history. David Friedman “It’s a battle that’s never […]
Our friends at the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau are celebrating the marriage equality win with a contest for an epic free wedding weekend this fall! Learn more and enter here.