Fur Trapping And Our Song Of The Week On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, before coal or timber in Appalachia, there was the fur trade, and it made fortunes for centuries. But now, West Virginia fur trappers struggle to earn a living, but some have adapted or found new careers using their skills. Folkways Reporter Lauren Griffin has this story.

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Teachable Moment: What Teacher Protests Portend For Schools, Labor And Elections

When Oklahoma teacher Sally Salmons saw momentum building toward teacher protests in her state, she immediately reached out to family ties and educators…

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