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What My Appalachian Roots Taught Me About Union Organizing

By Serena Zets / April 9, 2024

Growing up less than a mile away from the site […]

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Photo: Marilyn Lands for State House District 10 via CNN Newsource

Front Porch Politics: An Alabama Democrat’s Roadmap for Defeating Trumpism in Appalachia

By Skylar Baker-Jordan / April 2, 2024

You may not have felt it, but last week, Appalachia […]

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Tyler Channell, 100 Days in Appalachia's web developer and lecturer in the Reed College of Media, leads the team through some audience analysis data. Photo: David Smith/100 Days in Appalachia

100 Days Hiring Digital Managing Editor

By 100 Days in Appalachia / April 1, 2024

100 Days in Appalachia is seeking a knowledgeable, creative and […]

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100 Days Hiring Reporter to Cover Democracy and Politics

By 100 Days in Appalachia / March 2, 2024

100 Days in Appalachia is seeking a knowledgeable and motivated […]

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Del. Ridenour (R-Jefferson) looks over legislation during the February 26, 2024, morning floor session in the House chamber. Photo: Perry Bennett/West Virginia Legislative Photography

W. Va. Bill Poses Legal Challenges for Faith-based Immigrant Services

By Laura Harbert Allen / February 29, 2024

Religious leaders say that a bill passed by the West […]

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Megan Gandy, from Morgantown, West Virginia, began singing and playing guitar on her front porch for friends, family and her community through Facebook live. Photo: Kristen Uppercue/100 Days in Appalachia

Welcome to Front Porch Politics!

By Skylar Baker-Jordan / February 28, 2024

It was on the muddy banks of the Scioto River […]

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Cameron Cordon, co-owner of Phat Daddy's barbecue restaurant, tends to meat in his smoker on Friday, April 14, 2023, in Charleston, West Virginia. The restaurant, formerly a chicken coop, was renovated and converted into the beloved barbecue joint in November 2021. Cordon said he has spent decades working in the culinary industry, and many of his experiences inspire his variety of dishes. Photo: Lexi Browning/100 Days in Appalachia

2023’s Biggest Hits: Our Staff’s Favorite Stories This Year

By Kaeli Ricottilli / December 20, 2023

As we prepare to close the book on 2023, the […]

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The city of Charleston is viewed from the Fort Hill overlook on Wednesday, May 17, 2023, in Charleston, West Virginia. Photo: Lexi Browning/100 Days in Appalachia

Pain and Possibility: Reckoning with Historic Inequity on the West Side

By Laura Harbert Allen and Taylor Sisk / December 13, 2023

Derek Hudson has lived on the West Side of Charleston, […]

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Benjamin Clemente, a volunteer with experience in food handling, poses for a portrait before serving lunch at Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church's Neighborhood SHOP on Friday, May 5, 2023, in Charleston, West Virginia. Clemente, who is originally from Massachusetts, said he began volunteering at Bream two months ago. The Neighborhood SHOP offers a variety of services, including a shower program, food pantry, clothing closet, laundry machines, locker storage, and warm meals, to individuals in need. Photo: Lexi Browning/100 Days in Appalachia

In One Community, Faith-based Services Fill the Gaps When Government Can’t – or Won’t

By Laura Harbert Allen and Taylor Sisk / December 13, 2023

On a Friday afternoon, the washers and dryers run nonstop […]

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