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Episode 281 - Lou Anna Red Corn, Commonwealth's Attorney Emerita

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Lou Anna Red Corn recently retired from a pretigious career in law. Since 2016 she served as Commonwealth's Attorney for Fayette County. She is also a member of the Osage nation and a Kentucky Humanities board member. Tune in to hear from Lou Anna about her background, advocacy work, and her plans going forward. THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous support from the Spalding University Sena Jeter Naslund-Karen Mann Graduate School of Writing.
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Lou Anna Red Corn recently retired from a pretigious career in law. Since 2016 she served as Commonwealth's Attorney for Fayette County. She is also a member of the Osage nation and a Kentucky Humanities board member. Tune in to hear from Lou Anna about her background, advocacy work, and her plans going forward. THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous support from the Spalding University Sena Jeter Naslund-Karen Mann Graduate School of Writing.
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