The mission of the Southern Appalachian Labor School (SALS) is to provide education, research, and linkages for working class and disenfranchised peoples in order to promote understanding, empowerment, and change. The Southern Appalachian Labor School is committed to developing a real comprehension of the social, economic, and legal structures which affect the lives of the Appalachian People.

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Newsletter SALS December 22, 2016
SALS Journal, Winter 2016-2017
West Virginia has the highest per capita overdose death rate in the nation. Nine of every ten overdose deaths have prescription drugs as a sole or contributing cause of death.More
Tagged: AmeriCorpsCommunity serviceVeteransYouthBuild
Blog SALS July 2, 2015
Rafting Trips Information – Special Southern Appalachia Labor School Rates
America’s Best Whitewater is right in our backyard. More
Tagged: Rafting
Blog SALS June 29, 2016
Flood Recovery Legal Help Hotline
Legal Aid of West Virginia has established a Flood Recovery Legal Help Line at 1-877-331-4259 to help victims of the recent flooding with legal needs. They are offering FREE legal information, advice and assistance for flood victims.More
Tagged: Community serviceFloodLegal aid
Blog SALS December 18, 2013
Southern Appalachian Labor School
View a SALS PowerPoint presentationMore
Tagged: AmeriCorpsCommunity serviceHousingSocial justiceVistaYouthBuild
Blog SALS October 26, 2015
SALS 2015
This video provides an overview of the Southern Appalachian Labor School (SALS), a non-profit organization based in Fayette County, West Virginia.More
Tagged: AmeriCorpsCommunity centerCommunity serviceHousingVistaYouthBuild
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