In this episode WMMT's Rachel Garringer interviews Black in Appalachia Director William Isom II, and audio producer Terence Harris. They talk about the history of the project, some of the oral histories gathered so far, community archiving workshops, the upcoming podcast, and more. Along the way, we'll hear excerpts from some of the oral history interviews in the Black in Appalachia community archive.
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January 23, 2020
In this episode we bring you stories about economic development initiatives in Harlan County, Kentucky and Pound, Virginia. And, from the Ohio Valley Resource we’ll learn Read More >
January 14, 2020
In this episode we hear from Sister Bernie Kenny & Nurse Tauna Gulley about the book they co-wrote. It’s called "Better for Being With You: A Philosophy of Care" and it Read More >
December 13, 2019
In this episode we bring you stories about WV Senator Joe Manchin's pledge to defend coal miners' pensions, Bev May & Nell Fields' research into respiratory health in eastern Read More >
November 15, 2019
In this episode we’re talking environmental, community, & individual health. First, WMMT's Sydney Boles interviews Cornell University professor Josh Macey about the ways coal Read More >