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Urban Appalachian Council (UAC) Records BCA 0151 SAA 160

Object Type: Folder
In Folder: Southern Appalachian Collections



Title
Description
Date

If I Were a Song - Urban Appalachian Council Youth Reach East Price Hill after school programing.

10/17/15, 10:19 AM

Cincinnati East End Service Providers Network - Urban Appalachian Council Stay in School program 8-19-86

10/19/15, 7:18 AM

Unedited interviews with several late teens / early twenties, male / female mostly school dropouts but also some who finished school. [Urban Appalachian Council] N.D. 1 of 2

10/22/15, 11:59 PM

Unedited interviews with several late teens / early twenties, male / female mostly school dropouts but also some who finished school. [Urban Appalachian Council] N.D. 2 of 2

10/25/15, 8:47 AM

WCPO-TV news spot describing Lower Price Hill Day 8-11-98.

10/13/15, 4:20 AM

Faces of Enviromental Justice in Cincinnati

10/24/15, 7:44 AM

Make Peace with Nature 706 and 707 folder

10/22/15, 2:51 PM

Lower Price Hill Story Project Presentation 8-11-98

10/22/15, 3:18 AM

North Fork / Keystone - The Days Gone By. McDowell County, West Virginia Summer 1989. A youth video project sponsored by the Appalachian Peoples Service Organization (APSO). Community issues explored include unemployment, teen pregnancy, and gang violence.

10/18/15, 4:52 PM

Raymond Dale Newton - Unedited interview recordings portions of which were used in the making of the video documentary Although Our Fields Were Streets. Tape E, Dubbs 22, 23, 1a-4a

10/14/15, 8:25 AM

Appalshop's Roadside Theater featured on PBS MacNeil / Lehrer News Hour 8-9-91

10/18/15, 8:05 AM

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