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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 [...]

Think College Now!

Think College Now! High school freshman, sophomores and juniors are invited to campus for this special event at UofL! It's never to early to start planning your future! This program is geared towards African-American, Hispanic/Latino and/or first generation high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The event will include speakers, campus tours, financial aid information, workshops, college fair [...]

Support Local Control of Student Assignment | JCPS

Support Local Control of Student Assignment House Bill 151, also known as the "Neighborhood Schools Bill," is coming up for a vote Dear JCPS families and staff: House Bill 151, also known as the "Neighborhood Schools Bill," is coming up for a vote in the Senate Education Committee as soon as this evening or tomorrow. [...]

Statement on House Bill 151 – An Act Relating to School Attendance

March 1, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information Contact: Christi Lanier-Robinson 502-609-9141 502-566-3415 Statement on House Bill 151 – An Act Relating to School Attendance On February 23, the Kentucky House of Representatives passed House Bill 151 which would affect how local school districts set school attendance and assignment policies. The bill would prioritize [...]

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 [...]

Louisville Downtown Civil Rights Markers Trail

The Downtown Civil Rights Movement Markers Project was the vision of J. Blaine Hudson, former dean of the University of Louisville College of Arts and Sciences. Dean Hudson’s vision was to preserve the history, heritage and contributions of African Americans to Louisville’s rich history. Fourth Street was Louisville’s primary corridor of restaurants, department stores and [...]

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