Tag Archives: labor

Little One

Imagining parents’ anguish, sending a child to work the breaker


“These guys know a hell of a lot more about us than we do about them”

Pennsylvania Dress Factory

NEPA’s overlooked textile industry, poeticized

Linking Histories of Resistance

How Pennsylvania anthracite miners shaped worker organizing in Colorado

Trouble is Brewing

Remembering the 1900 Coal Strike in Pennsylvania’s Williams Valley

Letter of Transit

A poem about poverty and immigration

Anthracite Heroes: “Big Mary”

Big Mary’s legacy reminds us of women’s heroic leadership in the mining era