Thu, Feb 9, 2006 -- 10:00 AM

"Coal Hollow": The Legacy of Coal Mining in the U.S.

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Photojournalist Ken Light and oral historian Melanie Light discuss their latest project, "Coal Hollow," which looks at the legacy of coal mining in the United States.

Host: Michael Krasny


  • Ken Light , photojournalist and adjunct professor and director of the Center for Photography at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism
  • Melanie Light , writer and multimedia producer and founding executive director of Fotovision, a non-profit organization which looks to support emerging documentary photographers

More info:

  • book signing and panel discussion at UC Berkeley : UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism hosts the panel discussion, "Should Coal Be King? Confronting the Human & Environmental Costs," on Fri, Feb 10, 2006 at 7pm, preceded by a book signing at 5:45pm.

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