Stories shape every aspect of our lives, from who we are and what we do, to what we think it possible in our communities. It is vital that we are
Stories shape every aspect of our lives, from who we are and what we do, to what we think it possible in our communities. It is vital that we are telling complete and complex stories about Appalachia so the work of just economic transition doesn’t repeat old mistakes. Join us and Ivy Brashear for this Virtual Dinner on the Grounds where we will explore the importance of stories and storytelling to building a just transition in Eastern Kentucky, and why it’s not just about the stories we tell, but it’s also about who tells those stories and for what purpose
Berea College offers a high-quality education to academically promising students with limited economic resources. It awards every student a Tuition Promise Scholarship so that no Berea student ever pays tuition. Founded in 1855, Berea is the first interracial and coeducational college in the South and consistently ranks among the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges.