What does a West Virginia look like that has moved past an extraction-based economy?
How might West Virginians change the narrative about their state, from a focus on
poverty, environmental degradation, and stagnation, to an optimistic vision of equitable
prosperity, ecological health, and renewed communities? How can West Virginia rethink
its relationship to the land?
Join editor Nina Chase and report contributors Caroline Filice Smith and Elaine McMillion Sheldon, as they share findings and highlights from their American Roundtable report, “Appalachia Rising.” Their informal presentation will be followed by discussion on some of the report’s key ideas and provocations with American Roundtable Project Director Nicholas Anderson and League Executive Director Rosalie Genevro.
Attendees will not be visible or audible during the webinar but may ask questions via the Q&A function.
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