[Cultural Heritage Meeting]

A meeting about Appalachian cultural heritage, with discussions of local libraries, schools, and museums.

00:01Copy video clip URL People sit around a table. One speaker concludes his presentation and the rest of the attendees applaud. 

00:35Copy video clip URL A woman speaks about the Lonesome Pine Regional Library System. She discusses book sharing across the system and funding as well as challenges and aspirations for libraries in rural areas. 

04:25Copy video clip URL New services at the library, including Dial-A-Story, for which children can call the library to have a story read to them, and literacy courses for adults. 

06:34Copy video clip URL Another woman speaks about the relationship between cultural heritage and public education, including efforts of local teachers. 

13:00Copy video clip URL A man speaks about the cultural heritage being preserved in local museums. 



You can be the first one to leave a comment.

Leave a Comment


Copyright © 2024 Media Burn Archive.
Media Burn Archive | 935 W Chestnut St Suite 405 Chicago IL 60642
(312) 964-5020 | [email protected]