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Young coal mine workers l Hidden America: Children of the Mountains PART 5/6

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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In the operation of coal mining plants after coal mining, the screening of coal mines is indispensable. Choose a quality screen:
Does the owner heat his house with coal ?
And a ball player makes more than our veterans but let me ask you something say we had a president that loved our country and say that everybody was always being our voice for us how about if we had a voice of our own and numbers unheard of and we went on a peaceful march to DC to tell the Democrats that took the children and sold them of the poor did we have a voice of our own into back off of our president in a peaceful of March just to show that we have numbers on heard of and our own voice with the Coal Miner's do that for an old Widow whose children were taken when she earned the right to see them grow up would you walk with me to DC and get all the coal miners and all the people that you knew with our banners about us having our own voice would you do that for an old Widow because let me tell you if you did God would bless you one day and it's long over to that man wake up and stand up and show the people that we have our own voice and it's a good voice a loving voice and that we love one another if anybody will do that for me please let me know we're organizing and we're going to go to DC in peace
Why you say “or the mines”? College is a waste of money when you realize miners and other blue collars make over 100k a year
Remember if you don't have a college degree you a TURD, dummy, UNENLIGHTENED.
I am not American but I don't like the interviewer's presentation....I HATE IT....This job is a decent one rather than sitting somewhere else and beg for money, She should have gone there to appreciate the works they do and not trying to make the job look illegal or something
Lol that hill billy father in law said he likes to training these "school kids"... what is there to teach? all you're literally doing is shoveling coal onto a conveyor belt all day... no skill at all literally just rotting away for 60k a year....
well between robotics and ai taking jobs and much of the world moving away from coal energy, coal and other miner jobs will be gone soon.
Damn, so I guess no smoke breaks.
White privilege smh
20 years in the Army is better than that coal mine life.
1:12 wrong mining ...have to be different ∆
Why ? Thousand of year's oil storige must be like this not like pancakes greed plates . And indicators must replace and when coming piip piip we knew oil our nice dark gold liquor arrived and time to start to pump out and sell this families of Hemorrhoids what they need
Forget about a scary movies. This is a scary to know that you can be trapped and die.
Many coal miners in Asian countries work hard to put bread on tables and send their kids to school n hope their kids don't work in coal mines.
In WV n KY, the coal miners work hard to support mine .
Despite the corruption , HS mining operations are still "safer" with better pay.
Many viewers may not agree that those selfish mining companies care about workers.
If the mining operations in WV n KY are as bad as China, the coal miners may have different agenda
Salute guy bought his first house at the end its hard work that I ain’t gone do So kudos
Good time to get them to work. They are better off than waisting away on the cell phone
Bitch narrating is beyond disgusting and never worked a real day in her life
I need a job fuck that
Welcome to Bedrock. Yabba dabba doo.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.