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Kentucky Community Scholars Reunion And Discussion of Community-Based Work.
This past Saturday in Frankfort, Kentucky, Bob Gates, Amanda Hardeman, Mark Brown and the Kentucky Folklife Program hosted a 19.06.2012.by Boiled Down Juice
Working Girl Blues and Coal Tattoos: Women in Labor Unions in the 1970s
Written by contributor Audra Butler, this post is taken from a larger essay on women’s involvement in the American 17.07.2014.by Boiled Down Juice
Stories and Movement from Arkansas and Beyond: Blogging for Human Rights Day, Partnership with the Ella Baker Center
Earlier this month the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights put out a call for writers, site administrators, and 10.12.2012.by Boiled Down Juice