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Click here for weekly coal production updates. Current estimates contain both current EIA original estimates and revised estimates. The revised estimates include the most recent MSHA data available as of the release date of the table. Most recent MSHA data available are for the second quarter of 2018.

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UMWA Associate Membership

The Associate Membership is a way for a surviving spouse, family member or general supporter of the United Mine Workers to become part of the movement to restore fairness, justice and dignity for working families. Click here to learn more!

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Don't forget to tune in today at 11:00 a.m. EST to watch President Roberts interview at the National Press Club on… https://t.co/O9kVp6dNIh

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Don't forget to tune in today at 11:00 a.m. EST to watch President Roberts interview at the National Press Club on preserving coal communities!

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Don't forget to tune in today at 11:00 a.m. EST to watch President Roberts interview at the National Press Club on preserving coal communities!

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The Paint Creek/Cabin Creek strike started on April 18, 1912, and lasted through July 1913. This strike was the largest and bloodiest confrontation between miners and coal companies. Miners were fighting for increased wages and healthier working conditions, but above all they were fighting for unionization. They depended heavily on the UMWA for support but the coal companies did everything they could to keep the union out. Coal camps became war camps, and every miner had their own personal weapons to defend themselves.

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Don't forget to tune in today at 11:00 a.m. EST to watch President Roberts interview at the National Press Club on… https://t.co/O9kVp6dNIh

twitter.com/mineworkers 4 hours ago

Mother's Day is just around the corner! Don't miss out on the discounts Union Plus has to offer for flower arrangem… https://t.co/f44gfETXfM

twitter.com/mineworkers 2 days ago

President Roberts discusses the need for the ongoing strike at Warrior Met Coal in Alabama. #UnitedWeStand #MinersSavedWarriorMet

youtube.com/user/UMWAunion 6 days ago

A message from President Roberts and Secretary-Treasurer Levi Allen to Local Union 717 celebrating the re-opening of the plant in Ilion, New York.

youtube.com/user/UMWAunion 14 days ago