| Loyal Jones & Chad Berry appear on KET's ''One to One with Bill Goodman''
On the Aug. 11 edition of One to One with Bill Goodman, Loyal Jones, founder and former director of Berea College's Appalachian Center, and current director Chad Berry discussed the center's work and mission, national media coverage about Appalachia and the future of the region.
Watch the episode online.
Jones, who grew up on a mountain farm in western North Carolina, earned an undergraduate degree at Berea College and received his master's of education from the University of North Carolina. He served as director of the Appalachian Center from 1970 until 1993, and the college has renamed the center in his honor. In addition to the numerous articles he has written about Appalachia, Jones has authored nine books.
Berry came to Berea College from Maryville College, where he taught for 11 years. He is the author of Southern Migrants, Northern Exiles, which examines the migration of millions of white southerners to the Midwest during the 20th century. He is published widely in the area of Appalachian studies and international education.
One to One with Bill Goodman is a KET production, produced by Goodman and Cindy Asher. Following the broadcast, One to One is available for on-demand videostream viewing at www.ket.org/onetoone and podcasting at www.ket.org/rss.