Eula Hall is founder and supervisor of the Mud Creek Clinic in Grethel, Kentucky. A founding member of the Eastern Kentucky Welfare Rights Organization, Hall helped acquire hot lunches for children in Mud Creek schools and played a major role in getting federal and local grants for a water system in the area. Her efforts in health care led to a clinic opening in 1973 under direct community control. Interviewed by Robert Korstad, Kevin D. Gorter Professor of Public Policy and History, September 5, 1992. Note: The transcript below is not synchronized with the video.