The dark side of a policeman's job. A grass roots effort to shape Eastern Kentucky. The matter of affordable housing

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One: What's Next EKY is a grassroots organization formed by individuals who have a stake in reshaping the future of Eastern Kentucky. LISTEN

Two:  Richmond Police Detective Stuart Adams reflects on the dark side of his job. But he often finds safety for survivors of abuse at Richmond's Hope's Wings Domestic Violence Shelter where Jennifer Lainhart is Director. LISTEN

Three: The booming economy hasn't helped everybody. Habitat for Humanity has a nationwide campaign to make housing affordable. Learn what's being done here in Kentucky. In-studio with Kentucky Habitat for Humanity Director Mary Shearer and Lexington Habitat for Humanity CEO Rachel Childress. LISTEN

Contact: Tom Martin at es@eku.edu or leave voicemail at 859-622-9358 


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