In this episode we’ll hear stories of eastern Kentucky’s second ever pride festival, hemp growers in the region forming cooperatives, a dedication to miners who’ve died of black lung in Letcher County, and some results of a survey by a group called “What’s Next EKY."
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October 21, 2019
In this episode we’ll hear stories of eastern Kentucky’s second ever pride festival, hemp growers in the region forming cooperatives, a dedication to miners who’ve died of Read More >
October 4, 2019
This episode is chock full of local & regional history! We’ll hear about a celebration of Carr Creek Kentucky history through a dinner performance based off a poem by Margaret Read More >
October 1, 2019
Dorothy Allison is a self-described "feminist, working class storyteller, Southern expatriate, and sometime poet." The author of "Bastard Out of Carolina," she gave the Read More >
September 20, 2019
In this episode we hear: updates from the ongoing protest outside the Holston Valley Medical Center in Kingsport, TN led by women who oppose Ballad Health's decision to close Read More >
September 9, 2019
In this episode we bring you stories about plants, people, and industries - and the ways they interact - throughout the Appalachian region. We'll learn about The Moth Read More >
August 13, 2019
In Cumberland, Kentucky, dozens of miners have been blocking the tracks in front of a Blackjewel coal train after the company declared bankruptcy and miners' checks bounced Read More >
August 12, 2019
In this episode we bring you interviews from the Blackjewel Miners Blockade, an interview with Kentucky artists Ken Swinson & Lacy Hale, and in honor of International Cats Day Read More >
July 9, 2019
In this episode we explore Appalachian & rural communities' complicated relationships to national media coverage. First, WMMT's Rachel Garringer chats with Appalshop staff: Read More >