To live here, you have to fight: Coalition building in the South
For decades, Southerners have fought for civil and human rights. What does coalition building look like in a region divided by race? Dr. Jessica Wilkerson, a labor historian at West Virginia University, describes the labor movements led by white women in Appalachia. And Arekia Bennett, director of Mississippi Votes, shares what organizing looks like during a pandemic.
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