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Storytellers: David Brocca

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For many residents of Luzerne County and the whole of the Anthracite Region, January 22nd, 1959, is a day that lives in infamy. But it is not the day alone that makes the Knox mine disaster such a compelling story. Filmmaker David Brocca shares his passion for, and path to, the Knox Mine Disaster Documentary.

 

Resources

Documentary Film Website

knoxminedisaster.com

 

If you would like to contribute to the film, please go to knoxminedisaster.com

 

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/knoxminedisaster

 

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Full song from the opening of WVIA's Documentary about the Knox Mine Disaster

 

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