Ed Powe, the Co-Founder and President of the Focus On Race Relations (FORR) organization, will be an honored guest this Sunday, September 11, at an awards ceremony. He will be recognized as the recipient of the council’s 2022 Ruby Layson Award for promoting the interfaith qualities of justice, compassion and human kindness.
The program will take place at 3 PM at the Upper Cove Spring Archery Park pavilion, on Cedar Cove Rd, in Frankfort. The public is warmly invited and refreshments will be served, immediately following the ceremony.
Layson, a charter member of the Interfaith Council, died in 2017. She was a journalist, educator, environmentalist, world traveler, and tireless worker for peace and equality.
FORR is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. FORR is not a radical civil rights organization. FORR does not support any political candidate or political party. FORR welcomes the invitation to hold open, honest, face to face conversations about race and race related issues with any political office holder; any political candidate; any church official; any educational official; any business person; any community organization or any individual. For more information, visit https://www.focusonracerelations.org.
The local Interfaith Council has members from the Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Baha’i, Quaker, and Unitarian Universalist religions.
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