Commission on Human Rights
Does Kentucky still have faith in interfaith? Join the KY Human Rights Commission on WFPL State of Affairs
LOUISVILLE – The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights will present a panel discussion on the WFPL Radio 89.3 FM “State of Affairs” show from 11 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Nov. 20, in Louisville. Radio show host Julie Kredens will lead the presentation on religious discrimination on the live, listener call-in program.
WFPL and the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights invite the public to listen and to call into the live show with questions and comments at (502) 814.6500.
The program will feature Nancy Harris of the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Louisville, Rabbi Stanley Miles of the Temple Shalom in Louisville, Dr. G.A. Shareef of the River Road Mosque and Center for Interfaith Relations Board of Directors in Louisville, and Prof. Paul Simmons of the University of Louisville Medical School Division of Ethics and Professionalism.
“Does Kentucky Still Have Faith in Interfaith?” will be the eighth in a series of citizen advocacy hearings the commission is presenting. This will be the third hearing presented by WFPL.
Each panel addresses issues relevant to people belonging to protected classes of the U.S. and Kentucky Civil Rights acts. Panel members make recommendations to help the Human Rights Commission with its work. The commission will publish a report about the hearings after the conclusion of the yearlong series.
The Kentucky Human Rights Commission is the state government agency that enforces state and federal laws against discrimination.