In Charleston, West Virginia, Kin Ship Goods is more than a shop — it’s an institution. In the middle of March, as Covid-19 came closer and closer, West Virginia still hadn’t reported its first case. But Kin Ship’s owners, Dan and Hillary, decided to do something few other businesses were doing: shut down. For a small business, closing shop was a risky move. Yet for Dan and Hillary, it was the right thing to do.
Host & Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch
Producer: Kate Mishkin
Editors: Catherine Saint Louis, Vikram Patel
Managing Producer: John Asante
Engineer: Mark Bush
Music by Matt McGinley & Blue Dot Sessions
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