MoveOn.org and other groups are sponsoring "Families Belong Together" rallies across the United States, and Kentucky has at least three rallies scheduled.
State Rep. Attica Scott, the first black woman to serve in the KY House in twenty years, is planning a voter registration drive in honor of Juneteenth.
Multiple groups from northern Kentucky and southern Ohio will join together Thursday as part of a nationwide protest called #FamiliesBelongTogether.
The Bluegrass Activist Alliance (BGAA) is lining up campaign volunteers for this fall. If you are in the sixth Congressional district – or just want to volunteer over there – go to this simple online sign-up form to volunteer.
If you think the JCPS takeover by the state is a train wreck of an idea—and you want to do something about it—we've got you covered. Here are the names, phone numbers, and emails of the state Board of Education, who have to approve it.
Guess what – Forward Kentucky has a BEHAG. A really, really big one. Read on to learn what it is, and why YOU should care.
Monday, April 2, 2018, is going to be an historic day in Frankfort. As the General Assembly prepares to vote on multiple bills and possibly a budget, thousands of Kentuckians will descend on the Capitol to make their voices heard in a massive Frankfort rally. Here are the details as we have them.
Here are the Republicans who voted for and against the pension bill last night, from both houses. Also, here are their opponents in the fall, so you know which supporters of the pension bill have opposition.
A pension rally sponsored by Kentucky United We Stand takes place today (March 12) on the steps of the state capitol in Frankfort. The theme of the rally is "Fund Us or Face Us," and the point of the rally is to call on lawmakers to find the funding to properly fund the pensions without cutting benefits.
On March 24, young people and their supporters will take to the streets to demand that Congress pass legislation to address gun violence. The Kentucky events are part of the March for Our Lives movement, started by Florida studentsl after the recent massacre at their school left 17 students and adults dead.
The ACLU of Kentucky is joining the national ACLU in urging all of us to contact our state reps to tell them "Say NO to the proposed Constitutional Convention!" Here is an easy way to do just that!
This weekend is the anniversary of the Women's March, the massive response to the election of Donald Trump as president. That event, the largest single-day rally in the history of the United States, is being marked this weekend by events across the nation, including Kentucky.