Since floods ravaged eastern Kentucky the morning of July 28th, Appalshop is well into the clean-up and recovery phase post-flooding.
It will be a long road ahead to see the full recovery of Appalshop, but with your support we can keep our hand to the plow and continue telling stories of Appalachia in our own words on our own terms.
During the historic flood on July 28, 2022, floodwaters submerged the first floor of Appalshop’s historic main building - which has been at that location since 1982 - and submerged the Boone Building across the street, which has housed Appalshop’s Appalachian Media Institute program for several years.
Our archive, the Richardson Theater, the WMMT radio station on-air studio, and the Boone Building suffered catastrophic damage after they were submerged in roaring flood waters of over 6 feet for hours. The cleanup will be costly as will the efforts needed to bring Appalshop and our programs back to full operation.
Your support today will keep the story going tomorrow.
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