LexHistory Talks! Where are we now? Fairness in 2019

Sunday, July 7, 2019 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm
Farish Theater, Lexington Public Library Central Library

How fair is the city of Lexington for its LGBTQ citizens 20 years after passing the Fairness Ordinance? Join community and civic leaders as we celebrate the legacy of the Fairness Ordinance and unravel the threats it's facing right now. Let's contemplate how we move our city, and our state, towards greater equality. This LexHistory Talks! programis presented in collaboration with the Lexington Public Library, Faulkner Morgan Archive and Lexington Fairness. It is a companion to the exhibit, "Our Fair Ceity: The 1999 Lexington Fairness Ordinance," on display from June 17-July 19, 2019, in the Gallery, Lexington Central Public Library, 140 East Main St.
A reception follows immediately afterwards in the gallery, where guests can view the exhibit, "Our Fair City: The 1999 Lexington Fairness Ordinance."
This is a free event thanks to the generous support of the Kentucky Local History Trust Fund Grant, the Kentucky Historical Society, and JustFundKY.
Photograph by Lexington Herald Leader Staff, April 1, 2012.

Photograph by Lexington Herald Leader Staff, April 1, 2012.