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Lexington restaurateur Ouita Michel on how she is helping laid-off employees cope with the coronavirus crisis. | Those devices, our minds: latest installment in our mental health series | The literacy of early 20th century Appalachia | As Appalshop celebrates its 50th year, a visit with the folks at Possum Radio, the organization’s community station in Whitesburg.
Segment One: Ouita Michel - LISTEN
Segment Two: Dr. Melinda Moore, host of our series on mental health issues, interviews Father Steve Roberts of the Newman Center at UK on how our mobile devices affect who we are and how we behave | Samantha NeCamp, author of "Literacy in the Mountains: Community Newspapers and Writing in Appalachia" on the inaccurate portrayal of early 20th century Appalachians as generally illiterate. | Appalshop's 50th: "Possum Radio" with Rachel Garringer and Rich Kirby. - LISTEN