Appalachia’s Long, Proud Tradition of Labor Militancy

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No Class is an op-ed column by writer and radical organizer Kim Kelly that connects worker struggles and the current state of the American labor movement with its storied — and sometimes bloodied — past. This week she goes deep on Appalachia’s rich labor history.
By Kim Kelly
August 15, 2019

An unemployed Blackjewel mine worker shows his tattoo reading Kentucky coal miner

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