The COVID-19 pandemic has upended much of the way of life in Kentucky, but it’s also served to underscore the essential role that “good health” plays in so many Kentuckians’ […]
The purpose of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville is about more than exhibiting artifacts and photographs from the former heavyweight champion’s legendary career, says Laura Douglas, the center’s interim […]
As president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, Aaron Thompson devotes much of his time looking for ways to ensure all Kentuckians have opportunities to improve their lives through higher education.
For 27 years, Edward “Nardie” White ran the River City Drum Corps, a West Louisville organization he founded with his late wife, Zambi Nkrumah, that teaches children how to play […]
For 30 years, Nancy Thames ran the AmeriCorps program at Eastern Kentucky University, helping Kentucky communities with local public service projects. She worked with dozens of school districts each year, […]