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Us & Them: Two Tales of Coal

Kenneth King Collection, West Virginia State Archives
Workers and mules at C.E. Price’s coal mine near Wanda and Ethel, Logan County, 1910.";

The "Us & Them" podcast is about seeing the same story two ways… and nothing calls out for that treatment more than coal in West Virginia.

On this week's episode of the "Us & Them" podcast: two West Virginians who see coal in completely different ways. One who believes coal has been the lifeblood of West Virginia’s workers. The other who argues coal mining is why so many people in West Virginia are poor.

From West Virginia Public Broadcasting and PRX, this is "Us & Them," the podcast where we tell the stories about America's cultural divides.

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