Members of Louisville’s community gathered to recognize a national call to show up for Trans life and justice. The convening took place in Central Park and was collaboratively organized by Black cisgender males as a response to being asked to use their privilege to amplify the voices of Black trans women who are both at
This event is for movement organizers to convene with attorneys and trained legal observers and jail support in order to make interested parties aware of the work going on in the Louisville area related to Black Lives Matter and police and criminal justice reform.
Sometimes you don’t think you can do it. To be honest, most times you don’t think you can do it. When you put something on yourself so beneficial, it becomes a daunting task; rather more like an occupation. However, that’s what this first year of hosting Stand Up Sunday has been. It’s actually been a
We must work to contextualize the current moment of social and political emergence taking place in Louisville, Kentucky. Moments and movements do not happen within a vacuum; the organizing and mobilizing taking place in the city are reflective of larger national and global trends towards Black liberation and racial justice. This resurgence of critical racial