A movement—and a moment—has made it possible for breakthroughs on the question of racism in the US working class, even among white workers typically suspect of deep racism.
Author: Eric Kerl
Eric Kerl is a Kentuckian living, working, organizing, and writing in Chicago. His articles have appeared in International Socialist Review, Socialist Worker, and elsewhere. He is the author of White Bred: Hillbillies, White Trash, and Rednecks Against White Supremacy, forthcoming from Haymarket Books.
The shape of Appalachia to come
We've all been bitten We've all been underground We've all been beaten, battered, bruised Told to get down —Refused, The Shape of Punk to Come This past weekend, I returned to Cincinnati, OH—where I lived for many years in the Over the Rhine and Lower Price Hill neighborhoods—to attend the Appalachian Studies Association conference. It… Continue reading The shape of Appalachia to come