Today's Interview

The Kentucky Nonprofit Network

The deadline to complete the 2020 Census is just around the corner.

The results of the Census determine how many federal dollars the state gets over the next ten years and impacts other state issues, like how many votes we get in the House of Representatives. With that in mind, Kentucky nonprofits are working to make sure that everyone gets counted. Samantha Morrill talked to Danielle Clore, Executive Director of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, about the Count Me In Kentucky Nonprofit Coalition. 

 

The Henry Clay Memorial Foundation

The Henry Clay Estate in Lexington is expanding its offerings by adding an African American History Tour. Slavery was a big issue during Clay's time as a statesman and lawyer. Organizers said Clay bought at least 60 slaves in his life and likely owned more.


Nancy O'Malley

Archaeologist and author Nancy O'Malley visited the WEKU studios to talk about her findings when excavating Fort Boonesborough and her new book Boonesborough Unearthed: Frontier Archeaology at a Revolutionary Fort.


Kerrie Adkins

A group of people from Richmond, Kentucky and surrounding towns banded together to raise money and feed the miners affected by the BlackJewel Mining bankruptcy.

Chris Ward of Lexington and Dr. Carl Root, a professor at Eastern Kentucky University tells WEKU about the experience.

The Man Behind Red Barn Radio: Ed Commons

Jul 31, 2019
Wendy Barnett / WEKU-FM

Red Barn Radio kicks off Season 18 this fall with a variety of musicians from Kentucky. In this interview, Executive Producer Ed Commons tells us what's in store for the new season. He also shares the history of Red Barn Radio: how it began and his passion for music in Kentucky.