Freedom of expression is a core part of a healthy society. Listen to both writers in the videos at the bottom of this page.
"In these moments when words fail after natural disaster after natural disaster, during a pandemic, and in all of the political tumult, it's often artists and poets that we turn to, to help us express and process our grief." –ACLU-KY Interim Executive Director Amber Duke
Our unique work keeps us busy in the courts and in Frankfort, but as a statewide organization we know we must connect members, donors, volunteers, community members, partner organizations, legislators, and cooperating attorneys throughout Kentucky. To help accomplish this, we hosted our annual meeting in Lexington for the first time in recent years at the historic Lyric Theater!
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We extend a special thank you to the people that made this event possible:
|Ann Render||DV8 Kitchen||Kent Davis|
|Anne and Mel Maron||Ephemeral Florals||Keros and Madelene Cartwright|
|Danni Quintos||Frank X Walker||Linda and Fred Cowan|
|Deborah and Matt Winslow||Jane Lapinski||Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center|
|Dominique Olbert||John and Teouline Rose|