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Mountain News & World Report: Net Neutrality & Broadband in the Mountains; Evelyn Williams on Growing Up Black in Appalachia in the 1920s-30s

Evelyn Williams at her home in Redfox, Ky. in the mid-1990’s. // photograph taken by Nyoka Hawkins, KLGP In this edition of WMMT’s...

Coal Report for February 27, 2015

a portion of the aftermath of the Buffalo Creek Flood, which happened 43 years ago this week in Logan County, W.Va. Another American coal miner has...

Inside Appalachia: Living with Industrial Spills, Floods and Disasters - West Virginia Public Broadcasting

West Virginia Public BroadcastingInside Appalachia: Living with Industrial Spills, Floods and DisastersWest Virginia Public BroadcastingEarlier this...

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Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man - Web Stream

The Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man chronicles the 1972 disaster which killed 125 people and left 4,000 homeless when a coal-waste dam collapsed...

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Ted Kennedy at Mud Creek Clinic

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Roadside & Pregones Theater host

Roadside & Pregones Theater host "Let's Talk About Betsy" live interactive webinar on Thurs. Feb 12th

Join the artists of Roadside Theater and Pregones/PRTT to talk about the creation and newest incarnation of our intercultural musical BETSY! premiering Off-Broadway this April. » »


Charlie Stamper Releases Debut Album at 84 on June Appal Recordings Icon

Charlie Stamper Releases Debut Album at 84 on June Appal Recordings

Charlie Stamper’s Glory to the Meeting House consists of the first recordings ever released by this master Kentucky musician, brother to Bluegrass Hall of Famer Art Stamper, and at 84 years young as spry a fiddle player as Knott County has ever produced. This album features 29 tracks of solo fiddle, mouth bow, and string band music, representing the finest in the East Kentucky fiddle tradition. » »


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Can Lessons from Wales Spark Community Development Ideas Here?

As eastern Kentucky works to diversify its local economy, which policies help build sustainable communities?  Can we learn from the experiences of other coal mining regions? » »


Anne Braden: Southern Patriot Screening at UK on Oct. 2nd Icon

Anne Braden: Southern Patriot Screening at UK on Oct. 2nd

Please join us at 7:30 pm Oct. 2 for a screening of Anne Braden: Southern Patriot followed by a discussion with filmmaker Mimi Pickering about the film and civil rights organizing in Appalachia and beyond. » »


Appalshop Archive to show rare Civilian Conservation Corps film in Louisville Icon

Appalshop Archive to show rare Civilian Conservation Corps film in Louisville

On Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 12 noon to 1pm the Appalshop Archive will be at the Filson Historical Society's Oxmoor Farm to present a recently preserved film documenting the Civilian Conservation Corps in Pine Mountain State Park in 1938. » »


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