Browse Interviews (8 total)

EKU History Department Professor Dr. Carolyn DuPont shares her experiences while participating in the Women's March on Washington (2017). DuPont shares both her personal opinions and her professional expertise on prevailing social, economic, and…

Dr. Sallie Powell comments on her experiences while participating in the Women's March on Lexington (2017).

EKU Professor Gregory Kent Ferrell details his experiences while attending President Trump's 2017 inauguration in Washington D.C.. He also shares his perspective on various criminal justice and sociological issues that many Americans face, both from…

Katie Ryan Fotiadis shares her perspective on women's and gender rights and the environment and mood that accompanied the Women's March on Washington (2017).

Katrica Rogers shares her perspective on political and social issues. As a Democrat in an increasingly Republican leaning county of Eastern Kentucky, Rogers talks at great length about the competing politcal and social movements she has both…

Kelly Smith discusses her views on politics, equity, protesting, and the activism that accompanies each respective topic. In particular, Smith shares details on how she uses her social media expertise and activism to contribute to the contemporary…

McKenna Revel shares her experiences as a politically and socially active Millennial. In particular, Revel provides a Millennial's perspective on the prevailing political and social movements that culminated with the 2016 Presidential Election.

Rose Mudd Perkins shares her views on a variety of local, regional, and national political movements. Perkins has been politically active under a wide range of capacities since the unfortunate loss of her son to the opioid epidemic. As the longest…
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