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Appalachian cultural hub faces recovery after floods

In the summer of 2022, historic flooding in eastern Kentucky washed away homes and entire communities, claiming more than 40 lives. It also devastated an important cultural hub for the larger region, Appalshop, home to a large archive of Appalachian history and culture. Jeffrey Brown first brought us Appalshop’s story in 2018 and recently returned for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

Appalachian cultural hub faces recovery after floods

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