Kentucky Humanities Council taking road trips with ‘Democracy and the Informed Citizen’

The Kentucky Humanities Council began a month-long road trip last night with its ‘Democracy and the Informed Citizen’ at Northern Kentucky University. Each session includes a journalist and a public figure among the panelists.

September 18 – Market House Theatre, Paducah — Steve Wilson, The Paducah Sun, and the public figure is Judge Thomas. B. Russell

October 15 – Actors Theatre, Louisville — Al Cross, the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, and the public figure is former Gov. Steve Beshear

October 16 – Carrick Theatre, Transylvania University, Lexington — Linda Blackford, the Lexington Herald-Leader, and the public figure is Lexington Mayor Jim Gray

October 23 — Jody Richards Hall, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green — Ronnie Ellis, CNHI, and the public figure is State Representative Jody Richards

For more information about these Kentucky Humanities Council presentations, go to  https://www.kyhumanities.org/democracyandtheinformedcitizen.html

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *