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Battle of Blair Mountain 100 Years Later

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@HaedenWright Amen, sister!

twitter.com/mineworkers 16 hours ago

RT @HaedenWright: If you cross a picket line you are in fact a class traitor. You are a scab. You only value yourself and money. You are no…

twitter.com/mineworkers 16 hours ago

@HaedenWright Amen, sister!

twitter.com/mineworkers 16 hours ago

RT @HaedenWright: If you cross a picket line you are in fact a class traitor. You are a scab. You only value yourself and money. You are no…

twitter.com/mineworkers 16 hours ago

Thank you to everyone who came out to this week's UMWA Solidarity Rally. We loved seeing all of the Halloween costumes and being able to stand together in #Solidarity against Warrior Met Coal! #OneDayLonger REMINDER: Next week's rally (October 20, 2021) is being held at the Brookwood Ballpark at 6:00 P.M. Call the District 20 office if you have any questions!

youtube.com/user/UMWAunion 6 days ago

2021 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Blair Mountain, one of the most significant labor actions in American history. We—museums, descendants of the RedNeck Army, labor activists, musicians, teachers, history buffs, and more—gathered in early September to host and attend a slate of events across Central Appalachia, and online. Collectively, these programs brought this proud, working-class history to new audiences in new ways. And now, we’re excited to bring it to YOU with a short film that recaps just a few of the #Blair100 Centennial events. The WV Mine Wars Museum led a 3-year planning process for the #Blair100 Centennial Commemoration. If these stories resonate with you, help us keep telling them! Become a sustaining member of the WV Mine Wars Museum: www.wvminewars.org/support

youtube.com/user/UMWAunion 8 days ago