Commission on Human Rights
KY Human Rights Commission Luncheon in Frankfort is Cancelled
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights 50th Anniversary Grand Finale Luncheon that was to be held sometime in February has been cancelled. The event originally scheduled for January at the Frankfort Convention Center was cancelled due to inclement weather. Due to ongoing weather conditions, the commission has decided to decline re-scheduling the event that was being sponsored by the commissioners of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights.
"We would like to thank everyone for making such a remarkable success the year-long recognition of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights 50th Anniversary in 2010," said John J. Johnson, executive director of the commission. "We look forward to serving the people of the Commonwealth and to enforcing the laws that make discrimination illegal for another 50 years," he said.
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights is the state government agency that enforces the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination. Any person who believes unlawful discrimination may have occurred may contact the commission for help at 1.800.292.5566.