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We are talking about love as a vision of an Appalachian economy where prisons do not replace coal mines. We are talking about how love is recognizing our value is greater than the resources, the people, and the stories that have been extracted from us. Love is demanding that we deserve clean water, affordable and reliable internet access, and livelihoods that do not break our bodies or our spirits. We are talking about love being hard work sometimes, and about how love comes with both joys and heartache.
We are talking about how love is building a network of young people in Appalachia who uplift and support each other through both the joys and the heartache. So we are asking y'all to tell us: How do you love Appalachia? Tell us how it is hard to love Appalachia. Department of the Interior. Laney, Francis Baker. Bibliography of North Carolina geology, mineralogy and geography, with a list of maps.
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