Links – March 12, 2019

Targeted by Racial Abuse, A Star Refuses to Take It NYTimes

The Struggle for Coal Miners’ Health Care and Pension Benefits Continues

Indigenous Peoples

The Schools That Tried—But Failed—to Make Native Americans Obsolete The Atlantic

“Education was something that was done to us, not something that was provided for us.”

‘A lot at stake’: indigenous and minorities sidelined on climate change fight Guardian

As Cleanup Dispute Looms, Peabody-Linked Group Pushes Navajo Nation to Buy West’s Largest Coal Plant Desmog


US Regime Change Blueprint Proposed Venezuelan Electricity Blackouts as “Watershed Event” for “Galvanizing Public Unrest” Grayzone

The US-funded CANVAS organization that trained Juan Guaido and his allies produced a 2010 memo on exploiting electricity outages and urged the opposition “to take advantage of the situation…towards their needs”

Venezuela in the Dark Resumen

Maduro: “It is the Venezuelan People who Govern Here” Resumen

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