Whither Appalachia declares our support for Los Angeles’s striking teachers. As we noted in our analysis of last year’s West Virginia teachers’ strike, while not inherently revolutionary and certainly not the often dreamed-for return of the classical Workers’ Movement, the … Continue Reading Solidarity with the LA teachers’ strike
“For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he … Continue Reading Class Prayer
Since its first description centuries ago by European travelers, the site of the current-day village of Mingo Junction would not … Continue Reading At a Junction
On February the 26th, 2018, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice traveled to Spring Mills High School in Berkeley County to … Continue Reading No Promises: Insurgent Teachers strike in West Virginia
Whither, Appalachia? as both a journal and blog is an attempt from those within the region to create a clear theoretical basis by which radicals can attempt to understand what a radical horizon would look like and what Appalachia, pressed under precarity, will look like with ever increasing class conflict.