Despite the deadly COVID-19 outbreak at Green River, officials are ignoring warning signs of pending outbreaks in other prisons.
Louisville Metro Council has proposed spending 49% of the city's budget on policing. Ask your councilmember to use that money for programs that will actually help the people of Louisville.
Incarcerated LGBTQ Kentuckians are some of the most vulnerable when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kentucky's jails, prisons, and detention centers are a Petri dish for the novel coronavirus. Officials must do more to protect incarcerated people, corrections employees, and the communities those employees call home.
Call or email Governor Beshear to ask him to take more steps to protect incarcerated people, corrections employees, and the communities those employees call home.
REPORT: Black Kentuckians Nearly 10x More Likely to be Arrested for Marijuana Possession than White Kentuckians
As the War on Drugs continues, Kentucky remains near the top when it comes to racial disparities for arrests for marijuana possession, with Black Kentuckians 9.4 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than white Kentuckians.