Represents oneself, and one's family or group, to assure fair treatment. Will not be silenced in the face of discrimination or unfair treatment.
Traditionally, women in the Appalachian region of the USA have been considered to have a fiery personality. Often, when men were ill with black lung, a deadly disease related to mining, or their children were starving due to wages paid in script, a form of currency only redeemable in one monopolized company store, women would advocate for member's of their community through writing protest music, organizing, and protesting, unfair treatment.
by OhioValley March 05, 2014

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