Black lung disease among coal miners is often thought of as a relic of the past, thanks to environmental laws. The disease is completely preventable, but a distinguished reporter and author has still found plenty of it among today’s miners. He discusses his findings and why it’s still going on.  


  • Chris Hamby, reporter, New York Times and author, Soul Full of Coal Dust: A Fight For Breath and Justice in Appalachia


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