The Marshall University Political Science Department, partnered with the Marshall Sexuality Studies Program and the Appalachian Queer Film Festival, hosted a free screening of the documentary, “The Campaign,” Monday in Smith Hall.
Since Obama took office in 2009, not a single top-level official from the White House, the EPA, the Council on Environmental Quality, the Department of the Interior, or the Department of Justice has ever made a fact-finding tour of mountaintop removal…
Women residing in Appalachian counties are encouraged to share their words, art, and stories for possible inclusion in the 6th annual Women of Appalachia and Women Speak event, coming soon to a local gallery.In 2009, the first annual Women of Appalachia exhibit took place, featuring the work of five visual artists and four poets. Through the years, the event has expanded to include many visual and spoken word artists who call the Appalachian region of southeastern Ohio home.
In a breathtaking but largely overlooked ruling this week, a federal judge agreed that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may disregard studies on the health impacts of mountaintop removal mining in its permitting process….