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College of Media professor's work featured by Google for Black History Month

A worldwide audience can view a West Virginia University researcher's work on Appalachia's African American history on his virtual exhibit “Soldiers of the Coalfields: The Hidden Stories of Black Appalachians in WWI,” one of 100 stories highlighted by the Google Cultural Institute in celebration of Black History Month.
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