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As coal jobs left, this Appalachian arts and culture institution gave residents reasons to stay

The Appalachian Film Workshop was started in Kentucky in the 1960s to foster new technical skills and give people a way to tell their own stories of their home. Now known simply as Appalshop, their mission has extended far beyond filmmaking, with a renewed focus on the ways art and culture can stimulate a local economy. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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