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Welcome to the New Progress Louisville!

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I am pleased to announce that Progress Louisville is officially re-launched and open for business!

Over the next few days, I’ll be posting about the goals of the site, the approach we will take to our work, and whether we are partisan, non-partisan, or something else. I’ll also be welcoming some new contributors to the site, which I’m really excited about.

For now, let me share some other notes about the site:

Posting Frequency – My goal is to post new content at least three times a week. Obviously, if we can, we will try to post every day. But for now, you can count on new posts on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

The ProgLou Calendar – Since one of our goals is to support progressive groups and work in Louisville, we have a calendar where we will list events that progressives will want to know about. This will include government meetings, organization meetings, campaign events, service events, and activism opportunities. If you have something that you think should be on the calendar, send the details to Events@ProgressLouisville.

Email Updates – Sign up for the email updates (upper right on the front page), and you’ll get a weekly email listing all the stories published that week. No spam, no inbox flooding, and an easy way to keep up with ProgLou.

Facebook and Twitter – Yes, of course we are on both! We publish more comments and links on those channels than we do here, so to get the full breadth of Progress Louisville work, you really should Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. (Editor’s note: No longer active.)


All of us associated with Progress Louisville are excited to be (re-)launching this site and to begin building a progressive community for our city. We hope you will check out the site regularly, read the things we post, COMMENT in the comment sections, and join us in working to make Louisville as progressive as it can and should be. Thanks for reading! More to come!

Editor’s Update: As with some of the other Progress Louisville posts, we are leaving this one up as a marker, so people can see the progress of the site.

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Bruce Maples

Bruce Maples has been involved in politics and activism since 2004, when he became active in the Kerry Kentucky movement. (Read the rest of his bio on the Bruce Maples Bio page in the bottom nav bar.)

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