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The Meaning Behind Juneteenth And Amy Helm Has Our Song Of The Week On This West Virginia Morning

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On this West Virginia Morning, this weekend is the Juneteenth holiday. News Director Eric Douglas sat down with Charleston’s Rev. Ron English to find out more about the holiday, the history behind it and its impact.

Also, in this show, our Mountain Stage Song of the Week comes to us from Amy Helm and her band, who performed “Cotton And The Cane” from their recent album, What The Flood Leaves Behind.

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.

Appalachia Health News is a project of West Virginia Public Broadcasting with support from Charleston Area Medical Center and Marshall Health.

West Virginia Morning is produced with help from Bill Lynch, Curtis Tate, Chris Schulz, David Adkins, Eric Douglas, Jessica Lilly, Liz McCormick, Randy Yohe, and Shepherd Snyder.

Eric Douglas is our news director and producer.

Teresa Wills and Chuck Anziulewicz are our hosts.

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