Links – April 29, 2019

Labor

Black Workers Say Walmart’s Background Checks Are Racially Discriminatory In These Times

Bronx Nurses Vote Down Contract, Continue to Fight for Safe Staffing Ratios Left Voice

Majority of Californians supports teachers striking over wages, poll finds SacBee

Uber drivers plan shutdown in Philly, six other cities Curbed Philadelphia

Cuba and Venezuela

Enough with threats, ultimatums, Cuba tells U.S. Countercurrents

Allies of Venezuela Ready to Defend Washington Embassy DC Media Group

John Bolton: “The Monroe Doctrine is alive and well” NewYorker

Voices from Inside the Besieged Venezuelan Embassy Embassy Protection Collective

‘Endless Trip to Hell’: Israel Jails Hundreds of Palestinian Boys a Year. These Are Their Testimonies Haaretz

‘Gentleman Jack’ Sanitizes an Audacious, Difficult Woman The Atlantic

Stung by Trump’s trade wars, Wisconsin’s milk farmers face extinction NYTimes

Uber wants to compete with public transit. These experts are horrified CNN

WikiLeaks Reveals How the US Aggressively Pursued Regime Change in Syria, Igniting a Bloodbath Truthout

Shocking Study Shows Fracking Is Depleting US Drinking Water Sources at a Catastrophic Rate Free Thought Project

Strike-hit SAS cancels 1,200 more flights on Monday and Tuesday Euronews

Boeing Didn’t Tell Southwest or FAA That It Had Disabled Critical Safety Alerts on 737 MAX Zerohedge

Ask Ethan: Could The Big Rip Lead To Another Big Bang? Forbes

How the U.S. Miscounted the Dead in Syria Foreign Policy


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