April 6, 2020

Love in the time of Coronavirus – Proven Solutions Edition

When crisis strikes, we look for answers as to how to immediately survive, and then ask why this happened so we can protect ourselves next time. […]
February 28, 2020
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Connecting to Each Other in this Modern World

Fahe has written about broadband for the Appalachian region and returns to it today to make two underappreciated points on broadband that I believe would benefit […]
February 20, 2020

Banks, Small towns, and the Risk to the American Dream

You may have seen various national news stories about a potential change in rules that will affect how banks direct millions of dollars into American cities […]
January 3, 2020
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Addressing Automation and the Presence of Quality Jobs in Appalachia

I tweeted about automation some time ago in the fall (follow my irregular tweets at @AlexDadok) and now return to the topic after Fahe’s visit to […]
October 29, 2019

The Census is a Ready-made Way to Bring Investment to the Region; Let’s Get Counted

Population counts from the 2020 census will be used to allocate federal funding for education, housing, transportation, and our social safety net. An undercount in the […]
March 6, 2019
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What do Broadband Internet, Electricity, and Highways have in Common?

Across urban and rural America, many Americans are forced to pay too large a share of their income towards broadband, which many parts of the country […]
December 12, 2018

Fahe Supports the 2018 Farm Bill

The 2018 Farm Bill has passed the Senate and is moving on to the House.  Fahe is excited because of the support and opportunities it can […]