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Rallying for Appalachia

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By Laura Hagan

The end of the school year marks the beginning of what may launch a lifetime of activism for students in Angela Hicks’ fifth-grade class at Crestwood Elementary. Her class is joining the fight against mountain-top removal coal mining in eastern Kentucky.It all started in the fall, when Hicks played a folk song called “Me and the Redbird River” by Carla Gover, about Appalachian culture. After she played it, she gave the students the lyrics and asked them to brainstorm questions.


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