Making our voices heard, helping out local communities members. Thanks to everyone who came out to support the community and speak out against the Neely’s Creek Mine! The Neely’s Creek Mine (permit 900-0047) in Pulaski County was issued in 2013, […]
#RECLAIMAct *Please share this post to help us get the word out, especially about grassroots call-in days happening March 13-15 Together, we have done the research. We have laid the groundwork. We have engaged our communities and built support. Together, we […]
Update: Vickie’s Celebration of Life will be held Aug 3-4 at the Rose Ridge Retreat in Clairfield, TN. Gifts or donations can be sent to her daughter April. Optimistic. Hilarious. Passionate. Fierce. These are just a few words Alliance members […]
Calling all Alliance for Appalachia Leaders. . . the Coordinating Committee needs YOU! Each year, the Alliance Steering Committee nominates a five-person Coordinating Committee to lead our efforts throughout the year. We still have one spot open for 2018! This […]
The Alliance for Appalachia condemns white supremacy and all the organizations that support it both overtly and covertly. We mourn the many lives that are lost at the hands of white supremacist terrorism, and we vow to fight for the living.
We recognize that white supremacy is not simply a fringe movement of ignorant and unhinged individuals. Rather, it is an organized and funded movement with at least tacit support from President Trump and others who hold power at all levels of government. We also recognize that racism operates daily, ubiquitously, and anonymously.
Dixon, E & Bilbrey, K. Abandoned Mine Land Program: A Policy Analysis for Central Appalachia and the Nation. Report: AML Policy Priorities Group, Appalachian Citizens’ Law Center, The Alliance for Appalachia. 8 July 2015. The AML Policy Priorities Group was […]