FFOYA House hosted the Rock for Renters' Rights along with the SOKY Chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and the Student Coalition for Renters' Rights.
From Emma Austin at the College Heights Herald, wkuherald.com:
Students, community members and local musicians came together on Nov. 14 for an event aiming to raise awareness of renters’ rights.
The event Rock for Renters’ Rights was hosted by the Southern Kentucky Chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, the Former Friends of Yound Americans or FFOYA House and the WKU Student Coalition for Renters’ Rights.
During the night, local bands played at the FFOYA House, and speakers addressed attendees between performances. There was a table set up with information about KFTC and other resources, including a handbook that gave an overview of what a renter should know before moving in.
“With KFTC, we’re looking to do community activism and make sure people know that there are issues they could get involved with,” said Aeryn Darst, a senior from Bowling Green and member of the WKU Student Coalition for Renters’ Rights.
FFOYA House Mission
To foster a spirit of equality and fairness, bridging gaps between artists, activists and community members. Using art (not celebrity) as an impetus for change.