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Ensuring equal justice for all Kentuckians

Kentucky Equal Justice Center is a non-profit poverty law advocacy center

The mission of Kentucky Equal Justice Center is to promote equal justice for all residents of the
Commonwealth by serving as an advocate for low income and other vulnerable members of society.


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May 16, 2018

Dine And Donate


Looking for ways to support justice? We have two exciting upcoming opportunities to support KEJC’s work! First, you can enjoy a delicious bowl of ramen from Dan Wu’s Atomic Ramen at the Summit. On Thursday, May 17th Atomic Ramen will be donating 10% of sales and all tips to KEJC from 11am to 9pm. Don’t worry, worker rights’ allies, Atomic Ramen will be covering staffs’ tips for the day. Come enjoy a bowl of ramen with KEJC staff and board members and take a photo with our capes and masks to celebrate being a superhero of justice!
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Superheroes of Justice


We hope you’ll also join us online and in-person on May 22nd for Kentucky Gives Day. This day encourages people from all over the Commonwealth to support the amazing nonprofits working in Kentucky by raising as much money as possible in 24 hours. There will be special prizes for the organizations that raise the most money between 10-11am, 4-5pm and 9-10pm. You can donate to KEJC online here.

To celebrate Kentucky Gives Day, we’ll be hosting an open house at the Maxwell Street Legal Clinic from 4-7pm. Come get a tour of our office and visit with our amazing staff. You can learn about the important work MSLC is doing for immigrants in Kentucky and see our map with the many countries our clients hail from. There will be light refreshments and great company!

Your support helps our staff fight for justice every day. We’re working to enroll families in health coverage and challenging Kentucky's complicated new Medicaid plan to protect consumer. We’re teaching workers about their rights and helping them get back stolen wages. Our staff at Maxwell Street helps hundreds of immigrants every year apply for DACA, citizenship and other forms of immigration relief. We couldn’t do it without you!






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KEJC Workers' Rights Task Force Meeting, May 16, 2017



Kentucky Equal Justice Center
201 West Short Street, Suite 310
Lexington, KY 40507
859-233-3057