WEDNESDAY: A Fair Future for Kentucky forum in Richmond, KY

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equalityCalling all social activists and allies for change!

The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights is participating in a series of engaging forums about sexual orientation and gender identity, all pertaining to the Kentucky Civil Rights Act. The act in its current form does not include protection from discrimination for GLBTQ people, despite KCHR’s endorsements for revising it. There will be a panel of officials from KCHR (including Fairness Campaign‘s Carla Wallace), who will articulate their views about the act and why it needs to be amended. KET‘s Renee Shaw will be moderating the sessions.

And YOU can be a part of it! The panel will be taking questions from audience members, so if you want to make your voice heard, this is the time to do it. These sessions will also be broadcast on local TV, so your presence can help send a powerful signal to the viewing masses. Spread the word, bring a friend and speak out against discrimination in the Bluegrass!

WHEN:
Wednesday, June 17
6-8:30 PM

WHERE:

City Hall
239 W. Main St
Richmond, KY

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One Response to “WEDNESDAY: A Fair Future for Kentucky forum in Richmond, KY”

  1. GarykPatton Says:

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