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VIDEO: Locally produced documentary explores heroin crisis

Jared Clifton and Lindsey Rudd


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Wes Akers, electronic media and broadcasting professor, discusses an upcoming documentary exploring heroin usage in the local area. Akers, along with electronic media and broadcasting student Kasey Long and journalism student Tori Lentz, explain their roles in the production and the impact their involvement in the project has made on them. The documentary, “Addiction to Recovery: A Community’s Response to the Heroin Epidemic,” is set to be released in December 2016.

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