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Lex-Stand for Breonna's Law: Virtual Town Hall Training/Webinar March 1, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM ET Online [[THIS WEBINAR WILL BE LIVE-STREAMED ON FACEBOOK. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO INTERACT ON ZOOM VIA CHAT AND Q&A.]] Join the Lex-Stand for Breonna's Law Coalition as we welcome State Representative Attica Scott (District 41 - Jefferson County) for a virtual town hall. Learn why Breonna's Law is important for Lexington and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Help us to move the legislation forward. Panelists are Council Member James Brown, District 1 (Lexington); Keturah Herron, ACLU-KY Policy Strategist; Shauntrice Martin, KFTC Organizer; Reverend Dr. Michael Robinson, Pastor of Total Grace Church; and former Assistant Fayette County Attorney Denotra Spruill Gunther. Moderators are Dr. Arnold Farr of the University of Kentucky and “Pastor E” Reverend Dr. D. Anthony Everett of Mission Behind Bars and Beyond. The town hall is co-sponsored by Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, Mission Behind Bars and Beyond Inc, and the Lex-Stand for Breonna's Law Coalition.

Webinar: How to stop the LG&E / KU rate hike Training/Webinar March 4, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM ET Join this webinar to learn more about how you can help KFTC and our allies to stop Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities from jacking up rates (again) and rigging the rules to hurt rooftop solar.

Optional Training - How to use Zoom and Mural Training/Webinar March 4, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM ET Online This optional training is for members who would like extra support learning how to use Zoom videoconferencing software, and Mural–an online whiteboard tool we may use at times during the "Imagining and Envisioning the Future of KFTC" conversation series. This could be a helpful space for members who have already attended a warm-up session and had trouble getting the hang of Zoom or Mural, as well as for folks who haven't yet attended a session but want some extra help ahead of time!

With Love, Kentucky: Creative Resistance at the Capitol Public Action March 16, 2021 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET Coming together to create, vision, and express our frustrations about the General Assembly is an important response to the challenges we’re facing this year. Between the unfriendly legislature, global pandemic, and icy cold winter, we need to feel each other’s creativity and inspire each other’s strength right now. To celebrate the spirit of creative resistance, we’re asking you to come with us for a day of action in person at the capitol on March 16. Join us on March 16 from noon ET - 2 PM ET as we leave love notes, declarations, and imaginative visions for the future we deserve. We'll be repurposing election signs and installing them on the Capitol lawn. Bring your creative energy – paint a sign or write a poem. If you are unable to be in Frankfort, local chapter organizers will deliver your signs and letters for you! Keep a look out for regional chapter events to create signs together before the day of action

Poli Edu Series Session 3 Training/Webinar March 24, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM ET Online Join us for the third session of our Abolition 101 Series! This month, we'll be learning about the history of incarceration in Kentucky. We'll focus on listening and learning from the personal experiences of formerly incarcerated Kentuckians. If you missed our first and second sessions, don't worry! You can find the recording along with all other materials on our Facebook group here: