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Vandals Destroy Historical Slavery Marker in Lexington

Vandals Destroy Historical Slavery Marker in Lexington

Not only did a lot of time, effort and money [go into this marker], it was done to correctly educate visitors and residents about what was going on in that…

Minority Business Inclusion Declines Again with the City

Minority Business Inclusion Declines Again with the City

Prior to 2010, ethnic minorities earned less than 1% of the city’s purchases. During Clark’s tenure, the minority spend….…

Theatre veteran Kimberly Shaw will manage Lexington Children’s Theatre

Theatre veteran Kimberly Shaw will manage Lexington Children’s Theatre

“The Lion King let me know that I could have a…"…

Vandals Destroy Historical Slavery Marker in Lexington

Vandals Destroy Historical Slavery Marker in Lexington

Marker is one of three items up for public debate By Patrice K. Muhammad, posted online July 31, 2015 The historical marker which states facts about slavery in Fayette County…

Lexington Mayor asks all-White Arts board to review statues of Confederate officers and marker

Lexington Mayor asks all-White Arts board to review statues of Confederate officers and marker

By Patrice K. Muhammad Originally posted online July 14, 2015; Updated: July 16, 2015  Special meeting called for Wednesday, August 12th.  In response to growing national demands that governments remove remnants…

Minority Business Liaison for Lexington’s Division of Purchasing Leaving for New Post

Minority Business Liaison for Lexington’s Division of Purchasing Leaving for New Post

Originally posted online July 8, 2015 11:08 a.m.  Last updated: July 8, 2015 12:20 p.m. Marilyn Clark, the minority business liaison within the division of purchasing for Lexington Fayette Urban…

Lexington Council Gives More Than A Half Million Toward Police Body Camera Program

Lexington Council Gives More Than A Half Million Toward Police Body Camera Program

Council is expected to give final approval for the $600,000 at the July 7 council meeting.…

FREE MEALS FOR CHILDREN IN NEED ALL SUMMER

FREE MEALS FOR CHILDREN IN NEED ALL SUMMER

There are several locations that will serve breakfast, lunch or supper for one week or several weeks during the summer.…

Local Black Engineering Group Earns National Recognition

Local Black Engineering Group Earns National Recognition

For the fourth year in a row, the Central Kentucky Chapter of National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) won the Region 3 Professional Chapter of the Year Award. …

FCPS accused of discrimination against Black teachers

FCPS accused of discrimination against Black teachers

“We provided the district’s policies and procedures related to the general areas referenced in the complaint. But we also requested more specific information on…"…

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