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Black, White, and Immigrant Coal Miners fought for human decency and wages during the Battle for Blair Mountain in August 1921. Tying Red Bandannas around their necks they were known to each other as a Brothers' Keeper. The other side called them "Rednecks" as a derogatory name. You decide the rest of the story. We only want to reveal the true labor history of the West Virginia Mine Wars and give their sacrifice the honor due it. Theirs was a monumental battle for human rights, dignity, and common decency for all American workers. Their story is worthy.


Welcome to our Website for Real Rednecks



Our Mission is easing the suffering of working folks by issue-based campaigning; inspiring Americans to honor our Nations’ l
abor history. We are reclaiming in our collective consciousness today, that we will not go back, nor will we forget, our forefathers labor struggles during the West Virginia Mine Wars, AKA The Redneck War; nor will we forget our Matriarch of Labor, Mother Jones. 


Take a moment to reflect:

In the 1930's Labor Laws were passed that created an 8 hour work day, 40 hour work week, child labor laws, and Social Security. (to name a few) President Roosevelt spoke of a 2nd Bill of Rights. This Redneck Party means to organize again around that 2nd Bill of Rights which are for every living, breathing, being:

1. A JOB

2. A LIVING WAGE - (Not a Minimum One)

3. A DECENT HOME

4. MEDICAL CARE for ALL

5. ECONOMIC PROTECTION DURING SICKNESS, ACCIDENT, OLD AGE or UNEMPLOYMENT


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