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On this week's program:
Segment One: WEKU's Samantha Morrill talks with Kentucky Contact Tracing czar Mark Carter about the need for tracing, how it's done and concerns about privacy. And, a conversation about a statewide survey to gauge Kentuckians' thoughts and habits during a pandemic. With Marc Kivimiemi, professor and chair of the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the University of Kentucky. LISTEN
Segment Two: What about the future? A futurist's reading of trends and indicators for what a post-pandemic world. | What's in those archives? Appalshop celebrates 50 years of documenting life in Appalachian Kentucky. A conversation with Appalshop archivist Caroline Rubens and Brett Ratliff of the organization's community radio station, WMMT. LISTEN
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