The Story Of Mine Mill : Code Switch Reporter Julia Simon tells us about a radical miners' union in Birmingham, Alabama. It laid the foundation for civil rights organizers in the South, and holds lessons for the future of labor.
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The Story Of Mine Mill

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The Story Of Mine Mill

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Reporter Julia Simon tells us about a radical miners' union in Birmingham, Alabama. It laid the foundation for civil rights organizers in the South, and holds lessons for the future of labor.

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Iron ore miners. Jefferson County, Alabama.

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