Omicron In W.Va., Teen Voices And Using Art To Build Equity On This West Virginia Morning
On this West Virginia Morning, we continue our “Returning Home” series by exploring how art can help bridge cultural and racial divides. Also, in this show, state officials announced the omicron variant of the coronavirus has been detected in West Virginia.
We also share a sneak peak of this weekend's episode of Inside Appalachia, which features several teenage voices from Western North Carolina.
And we listen to our Mountain Stage Song of the Week, brought to us by the South Carolina-based band Ranky Tanky.
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