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Digging Our Own Graves
Coal Miners and the Struggle over Black Lung Disease
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"This book offers us a long view on the power of organizing around workplace health and safety that can help frontline workers - from teachers to grocery and sanitation workers - strategize now, but also develop long-term strategies for workplace organizing around the impacts of the less-understood, long-term impacts of COVID-19, which are going to force us to bring disability politics more centrally into workplace organizing." -Jacobin "Digging Our Own Graves is a lesson on a public health disaster. Smith explores the deep roots of a worker power struggle in Appalachia that continues today." -Celeste Monforton (Fellow) Collegium Ramazzini "A valuable contribution to this important history." -Grant Crandall "Barbara Smith's updated edition of her book, Digging Our Own Graves provides a significant addition to the history of the battles against black lung from its beginnings to our current efforts against resurgent severe disease." -Bob Cohen
Barbara Ellen Smith is professor of women's and gender studies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Introduction Chapter One:Whose Body? Chapter Two: The Antiseptic Physician Chapter Three: Where Is the Disease? Chapter Four: The Contagious Spread of Rebellion Chapter Five: Resistance to Disease Chapter Six: Carry It On Chapter Seven: Black Lung and the Politics of Union Reform Chapter Eight: When theBills Come Due Conclusion
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