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Fixes will take prayer and pen | Sadiqa Reynolds

Depending on his heart, a governor that prays is a good thing, but praying while promulgating policy that kills and destroys does not honor God. The Louisville Urban League supports the idea of corporate prayer coupled with corporate investment. God can do his part but he wants us to meet him halfway. The Governor, with [...]

Vision Russell to host community meeting on four action activities designed to bring physical improvements to the neighborhood area

MEDIA ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT April 19, 2017 Christi Lanier Robinson 502-609-9141 Vision Russell to host community meeting on four action activities designed to bring physical improvements to the neighborhood area WHO: Louisville Forward and Louisville Metro Housing Authority (LMHA) WHEN: Monday, April 24th from 6:00-7:30 p WHERE: Louisville Urban League—1535 W. Broadway [...]

32 new Ambassadors are leading by example to build a healthier Louisville

32 new Ambassadors are leading by example to build a healthier Louisville Ambassadors for Health in All Policies show how to make decisions through the lens of health Media Contacts: Veronica Combs, 812-987-6076; Kelsie Smithson, 502-2437497 For Immediate Release: April 17, 2017 The Institute for Healthy Air Water and Soil is proud to announce the [...]

Civil Rights Groups Discuss Legislative and Policy Agenda with Senate Democratic Leader Share Their Opposition to Gorsuch, ACA Repeal and Budget Cuts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kim Atterbury, National Urban League, (202) 629-5750, [email protected] Nikki Thompson, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, (202) 662-8382, [email protected] Shin Inouye, The Leadership Conference, (202) 869-0398, [email protected] Melanie Newman, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, (202) 682-1300, [email protected] Rachel Noerdlinger, National Action Network, (212) 681-1380, [email protected] Lon Walls, National Coalition on [...]

Community health workers help Kentuckians deal with the multitude of obstacles between them and better health

Community health workers help Kentuckians deal with the multitude of obstacles between them and better health By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News BEATTYVILLE, Ky. – Fannie Callahan, a 62-year-old woman from Lee County, worked at the local nursing home for 38 years before retiring, has insurance, and pays her bills on time. But a six-day [...]

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