The Prison in Twelve Landscapes - From Coal to Prison - Clip
Clip | 1m 48s
In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary The Prison in Twelve Landscapes, the curator of the Wheelwright Public Library and History Museum in Wheelwright, eastern Kentucky, talks about what it means to have the prison coming back to a place desperate for jobs after the coal company (and later the prison) left town.
Aired: 05/07/17 |
Clip | 2m 49s
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