Links – June 26, 2019

Im/migrants and refugees

U.S. returns 100 migrant children to overcrowded border facility as HHS says it is out of space Washington Post

Wayfair Employees to Walk Off Job to Protest Company for Working With Child Detention Centers #WAYFAIRWALKOUT

We Are Choosing to Kill Children in the Camps HmmDaily

U.S. concentration camp in Donna, Texas.

Ikea Workers Say Yes To Union Labor411

The Trump administration embraced a disputed mine project, drawing attention to an unusual tie between a Chilean billionaire and the Trump family. NYTimes

US poverty statistics ignore millions of struggling Americans The Conversation

The guts of an Apple iPhone show exactly what Trump gets wrong about trade The Conversation

Iran

Trump threatens Iran with “obliteration” for “any attack on anything American Axios

Shinzō Abe’s Trip to Iran NEO

CBS News Analyst And Iran “War Mongering Maniac” Also Raytheon Board Member Zerohedge

Starvation Sanctions Are Worse Than Overt Warfare Caitlin Johnstone

The ENIAC Programmers: how women invented modern programming and were then written out of the history books Boing Boing

Trump Muses Privately About Ending Postwar Japan Defense Pact Bloomberg

Boxed in: life inside the ‘coffin cubicles’ of Hong Kong – in pictures Guardian

Neoliberal Shock Therapy in Ethiopia ROAPE

Environment

The Other Red Meat: What The New York Times Missed

Cement Produces More Pollution Than All the Trucks in the World Slashdot


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