Randy Wilson is a fifth-generation Appalachian who has been an active member of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth for more than 20 years, working on social justice issues in the coalfields of eastern Kentucky. Randy was part of the coalfield delegation to the United Nations on energy and sustainable development.

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Central Appalachia has much to recommend it. It contains one of the most biologically diverse forests in the world and breathtaking mountains that have inspired artists and writers for centuries. These same mountains have helped to shape the people who call this region home. Appalachian people are proud of their heritage, of the culture that …

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