Please come out to Bluestockings, Friday September 14, 7pm to meet Ed Wiley, Appalachian grandfather fighting for justice in West Virginia. Wiley formed PenniesofPromise.org to help raise money to build a new school for some 230 students at MArsh Fork Elementary School in Sundial, WV. The school sits dangerously close to a massive coal processing plant, 2.8 billion gallons of toxic sludge and a mountaintop removal site. Caskey is an independent photojournalist who will present her work addressing the human and environmental costs of Mountaintop Removal/Valley Fill coal mining in Appalachia.
West Virginia Coal Disaster
Featuring Ed Wiley, from Rock Creek, WV who will speak about the situation at Marsh Fork Elementary School and Antrim Caskey, ny-based independent photojournalist who will show her work on the human and environmental costs of Mountaintop Removal/Valley Fill Coal mining
FRIDAY, Sept 14
Bluestockings is located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan at
172 AllenStreet between Stanton and Rivington (1 block south of Houston and 1st Avenue)
By train: We are 1 block south of the F train’s 2nd Avenue stop and just 5
blocks from the JMZ-line’s Essex / Delancey Street stop.
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Mar 12 2008
New York, NY