© 2021 West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Telling West Virginia's Story
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Plagiarism Allegation Concerns Continue And A Black Community In Coal Country Thrives, This West Virginia Morning

101421 Copy of West Virginia Morning Template - No Image.png

On this West Virginia Morning, William Turner is one of the most prolific historians of the Black experience in Appalachia. His new book, “The Harlan Renaissance: Stories of Black Life in Appalachian Coal Towns,” includes his memories of growing up in Lynch, Kentucky.

Also, in this show, faculty at West Liberty University are questioning the academic integrity of President Franklin Evans following plagiarism allegations. Some are even calling on him to resign.

West Virginia Morning is a production of West Virginia Public Broadcasting which is solely responsible for its content.

Support for our news bureaus comes from West Virginia University, Concord University, and Shepherd University.

Listen to West Virginia Morning weekdays at 7:43 a.m. on WVPB Radio or subscribe to the podcast and never miss an episode. #WVMorning