Tag:Appalachia
Advocacy Groups Unveil Plan for a 21st Century Coal-County Economy
Appalachian Program Feeds Families As The Pandemic Economy Places More In Need
“We Belong to Each Other”: Appalachian Youth Build Support Amid Pandemic Uncertainty
Glidepath To Recovery: Flying Squirrels And Spruce Forests Share Common Fate
Rural Americans Increasingly Concerned About Opioid Addiction, Study Finds
Portal 31: How A Closed Mine Opened New Prospects For One Coal Town
SOAR At Six: Group’s Lofty Goals For Coal Country Meet Challenges On The Ground
“Bloody Harlan” Revisited: Blackjewel Miners Draw On Labor History While Facing Uncertain Future
“Death Spiral.” How A Carbon Tax Could End Some Coal Towns … Or Fund A New Future
New Prescription: Ohio Valley Native Dr. Patrice Harris Is First Black Woman To Lead AMA