Recording Black History in Eastern Kentucky (with Dr. William Turner)

In the 1920s, Harlan County, Kentucky was a thriving center of Black life. The good and the bad often came together. In this episode, we listen to the dedication of a new roadside memorial to Leonard Woods, a Black man from Jenkins, Kentucky who was lynched in Pound, Virginia. Reverend Steve Peake of Fleming-Neon, Kentucky dedicates the memorial with a prayer. Then, we hear from Dr. William Turner. Dr. Turner, writer of acclaimed sociological book

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By Staff

The Ohio Valley ReSource and its seven partner stations in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia have mobilized to cover the coronavirus pandemic health threat and the profound effects it is having on how we live in the region. This is an anxious, bewildering time, and we know you have a lot of questions. We want to help answer them. Ask your question below and the ReSource journalists will try their very best to find an answer.

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Kentucky Official Information Concerning COVID-19

Updated information on testing and confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kentucky, as well as actions to limit the spread of the virus, resources for services and economic support, and a hotline number for those who think they may have been exposed.

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West Virginia Official Information on Coronavirus/COVID-19

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Information on Coronavirus