Amy Hogg is a native of eastern Kentucky and has a deep love for the mountains, streams, and people of her homeland. She works for Kentuckians For The Commonwealth and lives in Berea, Kentucky, with her husband and two daughters.

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In the history of Appalachian coal mining, Harlan County, Kentucky, is a landmark in the grassroots fight for better living and working conditions. Labor unrest in the 1930s earned the county the nickname “Bloody Harlan.” Intense organizing continues today, as Harlan County resident leaders help their communities transition from a coal economy …

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