On the Bradley’s motivation to organize a community clinic in Petros, Tenn.

Kate Bradley frames the initiative to organize a local health council and community clinic as a direct response to the Petros health fair’s preliminary identification of needs. She details early fundraising efforts, including Pat Kalmans’ key role in securing grant money, and outlines the clinic’s legal incorporation, naming John Kennedy and John Williams not only as the lawyers who filed the clinic’s paperwork, but also as ambassadors of black lung treatment for coal miners in the area. Follow this link for access to the full-length interview.

Recorded October 2017 in Wartburg, Tenn.