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Rachel Saves the World


Hello H-Net Kentucky friends! 

My name is Rachel Norton and I currently working at the Mountain Association of Community and Economic Development (MACED). I am a part of a program called How$mart where I perform home energy evaluations for low to moderate income families all over eastern Kentucky. We are able to provide on-bill financing through rural electric cooperatives in order to complete energy efficiency retrofits on their homes which saves them money and improves their quality of life. 

Big Things This Week

KY Woman Suffrage

            Hello once again folks! It’s time to give you another update on what has been happening with the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project over the last few days. This week has been a very exciting one, because our page has officially launched on H-Kentucky! We’ve been working all summer to be able to share this page with all of you, and now we finally get the chance! For me, this week has been largely about working on this page, and taking the time to look through some more of the KERA minutes.

In Their Own Words

KY Woman Suffrage

            Hi there everyone! It’s Thursday once again, and you know what that means, another update from us here at the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project. This week has been an exciting and busy one as we continue to work on our portal and database, which will be rolling out to all of you guys very soon! Even with all those new developments, research hasn’t stopped, so I’ll give you an update on that. This week I set out to find out more about the writing of suffragists themselves.

The Art of the Review Show Notes for Episode 32 - Revelry

The Art of the Review Show Notes Blog

In this episode, The Art of the Review takes a field trip to Sanford, Florida to attend Revelry, a poetry event organized by Dr. Stephen Caldwell Wright to honor the life and legacy of poet Gwendolyn Brooks. Robert speaks to Dr. Wright about the review process that goes into judging poetry submissions for Revelry.