Sunday’s news links – Nov. 10, 2019

Bolivia

Bolivian President Evo Morales Calls New Presidential Elections teleSUR

Bolivian police in La Paz join ‘mutiny’ against Evo Morales Guardian

Bolivian Vice President Álvaro García Linera on Marx and Indigenous Politics Truthout

The Hours of the Coup Offensive in Bolivia Marco Teruggi, Resumen

We Stand Against the Coup in Bolivia (statement from Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad) Peoples Dispatch

No Evidence That Bolivian Election Results Were Affected by Irregularities or Fraud, Statistical Analysis Shows CEPR

‘Hey Boston! Thanks for the guns!’ Guerrilla ads oppose U.S. aid to Israel Mondoweiss

Indigenous Peoples

“The History of Indigenous People is of Anti-Capitalist Resistance”: An Interview with Nick Estes Internationalist 360°

Police detain an injured demonstrator during a protest against President Sebastian Piñera in Santiago, Chile Nov. 4, 2019.

Chile

Chilean Activists Sue Piñera Over Crimes Against Humanity During Protests teleSUR

China Breaks the Western Debt Stranglehold on the World Peter Koenig, NEO

The American Psychological Association now requires researchers to use ‘they’ for non-binary people LGBTQ Nation

Blow to Amazon as Seattle socialist looks to have triumphed in key vote Guardian

PG&E Spent Millions on Lobbying Following Bankruptcy, Wining and Dining Lawmakers Who Sponsored Bailout Intercept


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