- Laws are being enacted around the country to restrict access to reproductive healthcare such as abortion and contraceptives.
- At the same time, funding for critical family support programs is being slashed, and comprehensive sex education is being undermined at every turn.
- We won’t let that happen here. The Kentucky Road Rally for Reproductive Rights will be our state's way to say "Kentucky families deserve better!"
Join in, meet like-minded Kentuckians, and tell your elected officials: help us keep ourselves and our families healthy by protecting our reproductive rights!
One small organizing committee + 15 supporting and/or participating groups + 75 people attending = Foundation for success Needed: Organizers/activists to make a ROAD RALLY 2014 possible. Goals: Increased diversity, increased numbers, increased impact. Who will step up? Will you?? This year’s organizers and volunteers laid the groundwork which will … Continue reading
How do I get to the Capitol building? If you are heading east on I-64 Take Frankfort exit 53B. Merge onto US-127. Go .7 mi. Turn right onto E-W Connector/KY-676 East. Go 1.5 mi. Turn left onto KY-420/Old Lawrenceburg Rd. Go 1.7 mi. Turn left onto Capitol Ave. The State … Continue reading
Social justice — witness, advocacy, and action – plays a central role in Unitarian Universalism. In 2011, the three Louisville Unitarian Universalist congregations recognized that their social justice efforts would be magnified through unified action and formed the Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (UUSJN). The Network has given its energy … Continue reading
Pro-Choice Owensboro maintains a supporting role in Kentucky’s struggle for equal access to reproductive healthcare. Networking with groups in the forefront of the struggle, such as the KRCRC and ACLU-KY RFP, keeps us informed and ready to act when legislative lobbying efforts are needed. We also meet and discuss concerns … Continue reading
Louisville-area Road Ralliers – here’s the info you’ve been waiting for, the WHERE and WHEN for our area. You can meet us either Downtown (by Papa Johns) or East End. (The Downtown folks will do a little “parading” past City Hall and EMW, then meet up with the East End … Continue reading