This year’s Pride Month is bigger and better than ever!
We started strong with the passage of a new Fairness Ordinance in Midway, Kentucky. Midway is now the 8th Kentucky city where lesbian and gay residents have legal protections against discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations.
And as we await alongside the Kentucky plaintiffs for the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in the marriage equality case this month, we are going to party!
March with us in Louisville’s Kentuckiana Pride Parade:
Friday, June 19th 7-9pm
Look for the ACLU of KY banner at the parade staging area
RSVP to Michael [at] aclu-ky.org, and we'll send you more detailed meeting instructions when we receive them from organizers.
Cheer on the Kentucky marriage plaintiffs, the parade’s grand marshals this year. We have free t-shirts in a variety of sizes (while supplies last) for anyone that wants to march behind the ACLU Of Kentucky banner.
With the chance of winning marriage equality in all 50 states, and the spread of anti-discrimination protections across the commonwealth, there is a lot to celebrate this Pride month.
We hope to see you at one of Kentucky’s Pride events!