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Kentucky Humanities is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities in Washington, D.C. The Council is supported by the National Endowment and by private contributions. We are not a state agency, and we receive no state funds, but we are proud partners with Kentucky's cultural, heritage, arts, and tourism agencies.Why are we Telling Kentucky's Story?More than just history, by Kentucky's story we mean Kentucky's writers, inventors, judges, musicians, architects, doctors – in short, the contributions from every walk of life to the quality of life in Kentucky. We recognize a need to build civic engagement as well as literacy, and we want to involve all ages and all places from Pine Knot to Princeton. Everyone has a story to tell, and everyone can learn from the stories of others. These stories, taken together, are the stories of our communities, our counties, our regions, and our unique Kentucky culture and heritage. They are the basis of our pride and the basic premise of community.What are the Humanities?Humanity in all its forms. The humanities are the values by which we live, the ideas that organize our thinking, and all of the ways we communicate with each other. The humanities include the ways of knowing found in the academic disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, as well as anthropology, sociology and psychology. But they encompass much more: religion, culture, the origins of Bluegrass music, the archaeology of landfills, Kentuckians' love for their counties, what they teach their children, why they make burgoo. All these things are the humanities.

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Episode 112 - Ashley Smith, Black Soil

Host Bill Goodman is joined by Black Soil's Ashley Smith. Representing 1.4% of the primary farm operators in the state, black farmers account for less than 600 of the more than 76,000 agricultural operations in Kentucky. Black Soil's mission is to reconnect black Kentuckians to their legacy and heritage in agriculture. By bringing together urban families with rural and urban based black farmers/growers/producers across the state, Black Soil helps introduce opportunities in agriculture that promote self-sufficiency, encourage healthy living, and activate cooperative economics. Black Soil seeks to help foster a greater market share for black farmers and producers as they provide healthy food options to a larger consumer base. Learn more about Black Soil and upcoming events at www.blacksoil.life.

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Episode 111 - Jim Clark & Cameron Walpole, Ashland

Ashland's Executive Director Jim Clark and Manager of Tours Cameron Walpole join host Bill Goodman for this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES. The trio discuss a new initiative at Henry Clay's Ashland to learn more about its African American history.

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Latest Episodes

Episode 112 - Ashley Smith, Black Soil

Host Bill Goodman is joined by Black Soil's Ashley Smith. Representing 1.4% of the primary farm operators in the state, black farmers account for less than 600 of the more than 76,000 agricultural operations in Kentucky. Black Soil's mission is to reconnect black Kentuckians to their legacy and heritage in agriculture. By bringing together urban families with rural and urban based black farmers/growers/producers across the state, Black Soil helps introduce opportunities in agriculture that promote self-sufficiency, encourage healthy living, and activate cooperative economics. Black Soil seeks to help foster a greater market share for black farmers and producers as they provide healthy food options to a larger consumer base. Learn more about Black Soil and upcoming events at www.blacksoil.life.

34 MIN3 d ago
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Episode 112 - Ashley Smith, Black Soil

12.06.19 Friday

12.06.19 Friday by Think Humanities

1 MIN5 d ago
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12.06.19 Friday

12.05.19 Thursday

12.05.19 Thursday by Think Humanities

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12.04.19 Wednesday

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Episode 111 - Jim Clark & Cameron Walpole, Ashland

Ashland's Executive Director Jim Clark and Manager of Tours Cameron Walpole join host Bill Goodman for this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES. The trio discuss a new initiative at Henry Clay's Ashland to learn more about its African American history.

36 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 111 - Jim Clark & Cameron Walpole, Ashland

11.29.19 Friday

11.29.19 Friday by Think Humanities

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11.29.19 Friday

11.28.19 Thursday

11.28.19 Thursday by Think Humanities

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11.27.19 Wednesday by Think Humanities

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