Today Kelly O'Connell Brengelman has brought Madeline McDowell Breckinridge to life as a part of Kentucky Chautauqua project. The performance was to deliver historical story of Kentuckians who made valuable contributions to society. Brengelman who is an actress/writer/historian, had a one man show at the public library, Frankfort. As she worked closely with researchers and … Continue reading The Play of History : Vote for Women!
Is it possible for a homeless shelter to be comfy and like home ? Franklin County Women and Family Shelter (FCWFS), a non-profit organization in Frankfort, shows their care for those struggled with poverty and lack of affordable housing. FCWFS support homeless single women and families by giving services such as life skill training, job … Continue reading Feels like home at a homeless shelter, Ky
I am fascinated by how local government serve lives of communities here in Frankfort, the capital city of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the fourth-smallest state capital in the United States with around 25,000 residents. The City of Frankfort ensures citizens that they are most important and their rights must be protected and provided. One … Continue reading Transportation is essential for all !
Number 225 was aesthetically painted on the Kentucky’s Historical Society’s wall in Frankfort celebrating 225 anniversary of Bluegrass state. Originally, Kentucky was a part of Virginia known as “the Kentucky County,” it became the 15th state of this nation in 1792. In fact, its history could be traced back to 1600s when the first Englishman, … Continue reading Kentucky’s 225 years
"The story of the Negro in America is the story of America, and it is not a pretty story." was written by James Baldwin in his unfinished book, Remember This House. The book focused on life of Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and Medgar Evers, the three prominent African - American activists who outstandingly … Continue reading Learning African American History and Culture