It's time for Kentucky jails and prisons to end pandemic isolation measures for vaccinated people to keep families connected, prepare people for reentry into the workforce, and support people through treatment for substance use disorder.
Communities throughout the commonwealth are coming together to celebrate Pride! Find an event near you and get involved.
While we couldn't gather in person, we still celebrated our shared accomplishments at the 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting over a conversation with Angela Davis, musical performances from Ben Sollee and Scott T Smith, and poetry from Tytianna Wells.
Catch the highlights from a whirlwind of a legislative session.
Saturday, March 13, 2021, marks the one-year anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s death. It wasn’t only the tragedy of a young and promising life stolen that moved Kentuckians to action from Hazard to Paducah; it was also the insult of injustice.
Lawmakers are pushing two bills that would weaponize the criminal legal system to silence a population crying out for justice. Both House Bill 479 and Senate Bill 211 would be used to threaten protesters with excessive prosecution, deterring them from exercising their right to free speech.