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Facing an Uncomfortable Truth: From Action to Empowerment

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St. Matthew's Episcopal Church

330 North Hubbards Lane

Saint Matthews, KY 40207

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Dimensions of Faith presents Steve Crump

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Mr. Crump will host a panel discussion of the role slavery had in building houses of worship in Kentucky, and the change needed to confront and overcome this “uncomfortable truth”. Guest panelists include Annette Turner, Executive Director at Archdiocese of Louisville, and Andre Kimo Stone Guess, President and CEO Fund at the Fund for the Arts.

Steve Crump is an American journalist, documentary film producer, and television reporter for WBTV. He is a graduate of Louisville's Trinity High School, and Eastern Kentucky University. Crump is most known for his regional Emmy Awards for stories ranging from apartheid in South Africa to civil rights in the American South. He also has earned a number of other awards including four National Headliner Awards, the Gabriel Award, and more than a dozen first-place honors from the National Association of Black Journalists, as well as organizations like Sigma Delta Chi and Sister Cities International. In 2016, Crump was named the "2016 Journalist of the Year" by the National Association of Black Journalists.

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