Thursday’s news links – Oct. 10, 2019


Organized Amazon Warehouse Workers Just Got Two Fired Co-Workers Rehired Vice

GM-UAW Contract Talks Zero In on Wages WSJ

As Supreme Court considers arguments on workplace rights, LGBTQ Americans have a long way to go for economic equality MarketWatch


Indigenous nations in Ecuador declare “state of exception,” denounce neoliberal and extractivist policies on sovereign lands Alwasqa

Ecuador’s protesters march; military warns against violence AP

Ecuador’s protesters march; clashes break out in Quito AP

Ecuador Is Protesting Austerity Measures Imposed by President Moreno and US Media Is Not Letting You Know About It Latino Rebels

Head of Puerto Rico’s Fiscal Junta Does Latinos for Trump Campaign Video, But Doesn’t Identify That He’s Board Chairman Latino Rebels

Indigenous Peoples

Columbus Day will be Indigenous Peoples’ Day for the first time in D.C. this year Curbed

Brazil Experts: A ‘Genocide Is Underway’ Against Uncontacted Tribes EcoWatch

Billionaire Warren Buffett Is Predicting a Stock Market Crash; Is He Right? CNN

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