LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights
is traveling to Lexington as part of its listening tour.
A statement from the organization says the commission will be at
the Lexington Public Library on May 4 and the public is invited to
attend the session.
The commission began its listening tour in January to raise
awareness of civil rights and equal opportunity. The statement says
the commission will use the information it gathers to help improve
its services and assist local human rights commissions.
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