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    *EDITOR'S NOTE: Rep. Lewis was one of labor's best friends ever in Washington. He voted [1]the union position on legislation 99 percent of the time he was in Congress. Grupper, a veteran labor and civil rights activist who lives in Louisville, sent this note to him before he died.*
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    *EDITOR'S NOTE: Rep. Lewis was one of labor's best friends ever in Washington. He voted [1]the union position on legislation 99 percent of the time he was in Congress. Grupper, a veteran labor and civil rights activist who lives in Louisville, and other SNCC veterans sent this note to him before he died.*
     
    *By IRA GRUPPER*
     
    *By IRA GRUPPER*
     
    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
     
    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
     
    You have accomplished much over the last 60 years, fueled by the spirit of the Movement that shaped the country and us.
     
    You have accomplished much over the last 60 years, fueled by the spirit of the Movement that shaped the country and us.
     
    We have been with you then, and we are with you now.
     
    We have been with you then, and we are with you now.
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    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
     
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    *EDITOR'S NOTE: Rep. Lewis was one of labor's best friends ever in Washington. He voted [1]the union position on legislation 99 percent of the time he was in Congress. Grupper, a veteran labor and civil rights activist who lives in Louisville, sent it to him before he died.*
     
    *By IRA GRUPPER*
     
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    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
     
    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
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    *By IRA GRUPPER*
     
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    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
     
    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.
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    EDITOR'S NOTE: Rep. Lewis was one of labor's best friends ever in Washington. He voted the union position on legislation 99 percent of the time he was in Congress. Grupper, a veteran labor and civil rights activist who lives in Louisville, and other SNCC veterans sent this note to him before he died.

    By IRA GRUPPER

    This personal note comes from the many of us who are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) veterans to express our deep concern upon learning of your recently diagnosed illness. We also want you to know that you can lean on us, however you need to, as you move through the difficult struggle ahead.

    We are thinking of you at this hour and reflecting on our long and deep connection.  You represent a mid-20th century cohort of young people who joined SNCC and who decided -- as you challenge young people today -- to “get in the way”  of Jim Crow and the denial of human rights through protests such as sit-ins, freedom rides, and campaigns for voting rights, as we did from Jackson, MS to Selma, AL. The memories we have of our “band of brothers and sisters in a circle of trust” have long energized our efforts to teach the Movement in ways that are useful today, when much of what we fought for and won is under assault.

    There has hardly been a stronger and more consistent voice in Congress when it comes to advocating and defending the least of us in this country.  We who believe in freedom, cannot rest.

    You have accomplished much over the last 60 years, fueled by the spirit of the Movement that shaped the country and us.

    We have been with you then, and we are with you now.

     

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    By NEIL TURPIN

    The primary election in Kentucky was, overall, a success. Allowing voting by mail kept people safe during a pandemic and increased turnout at the same time.

    There were certainly issues. Ballots took too long to receive. Early voting hours in many places were still too early for people who work. Centralized voting locations meant some people struggled with transportation. Organizations like Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and the Louisville Urban League stepped up heroically, but the fact that they had to wasn’t a great sign.

    Even with these issues, and despite national warnings, it’s hard to say the primary didn’t work, and Governor Beshear and Secretary of State Adams received a healthy amount of credit.

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    The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) will present a Facebook Live town hall commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. The struggle for full suffrage continues today, so tune in to hear from women leaders as we examine the complex history of the suffrage movement. They will provide the resources necessary for YOU to get involved in getting women out to vote.

    All of Us: SNAP the Vote

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    The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) will present a Facebook Live town hall commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. The struggle for full suffrage continues today, so tune in to hear from women leaders as we examine the complex history of the suffrage movement. They will provide the resources necessary for YOU to get involved in getting women out to vote.

    All of Us: SNAP the Vote

  • 12:00pm

    The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) will present a Facebook Live town hall commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. The struggle for full suffrage continues today, so tune in to hear from women leaders as we examine the complex history of the suffrage movement. They will provide the resources necessary for YOU to get involved in getting women out to vote.

    All of Us: SNAP the Vote

  • 12:00pm

    The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) will present a Facebook Live town hall commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. The struggle for full suffrage continues today, so tune in to hear from women leaders as we examine the complex history of the suffrage movement. They will provide the resources necessary for YOU to get involved in getting women out to vote.

    All of Us: SNAP the Vote

  • 12:00pm

    The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) will present a Facebook Live town hall commemorating the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote. The struggle for full suffrage continues today, so tune in to hear from women leaders as we examine the complex history of the suffrage movement. They will provide the resources necessary for YOU to get involved in getting women out to vote.

    All of Us: SNAP the Vote

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