Climate Change Just Erased the Past in Kentucky. Where Will it Happen Next?
by Tina A. Irvine
The archives of the Hindman Settlement School in Knott County were inundated by flood waters on July 28—a devastating loss of one community's history and culture, and a warning to historians that our knowledge of the past is at risk from climate change.
Songs for a South Underwater: Music that Carried People Through the Great 1927 Flood
After the devastating flooding of 1927, and an indifferent response from the government, another flood of songs of protest and resilience ensued, creating a southern musical and cultural tradition.
SOURCE: Rolling Stone
Cajun Punk Musician Louis Michot on Saving the Bayous
by Andy Horowitz
Can the DIY punk ethos of mutual aid, plus broadly distributed solar power, save the Louisiana Cajun country from the climate threat?
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