The late legendary artist, Nipsey Hussle coined the phrase, “All Money In” to highlight the financial influence that blacks should have. This interactive workshop will engage participants in financial literacy and the wealth of saving.
In Lessons I've Learned, Dr. Pam M. Johnson, print journalist and professor, and Dr. Celeste B. Stein, broadcast journalist, entrepreneur and new media scholar, will discuss their experiences in the field and in the classroom as black professionals.
Screening and panel discussion for a new one-hour documentary about the history and culture of a farming community in the Creelsboro valley along the Cumberland River in south-central Kentucky. Interviews from scholars and residents bring the valley’s rich cultural heritage to life, from the first American Indians to occupy the area, through early settlement by Euro-American pioneers, to the golden age of steamboats, and the changes brought by the construction of Wolf Creek Dam. This video is the seventh episode in "The Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage Series," which is produced by the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, a program within the Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology at Western Kentucky University.