It feels a little like the eyes of the world are on West Virginia right now.
Another media project is giving West Virginians the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings about life in Appalachia in the wake of the November elections.
Hot on the heels of the 100 Days in Appalachia project launched by WVU, WVPB and the Daily Yonder, the BBC World Service has created a digital media platform to encourage people to share their realities and reflections with the world at this pivotal moment.
“The Response – America’s Story,” will use cell phone technology to let West Virginians broadcast to the world stories from and about America.
The BBC is asking: “What do you want to tell President-elect Donald Trump about who you are and the life you lead? We want your stories. Grab your phone, make a two-minute recording and email it to TheResponse@bbc.co.uk. Your story might be featured on The Response – America’s Story (a co-production of the BBC and American Public Media).”