Tuesday’s news links – Nov. 19, 2019

Colin Kaepernick Refused to Bend to Roger Goodell’s Will Dave Zirin

Nearly 23,000 NYCHA Tenants Without Heat, Hot Water Last Week Gothamist

Indigenous Peoples

The Invention of Thanksgiving New Yorker

Many Native Americans Can’t Get Clean Water, Report Finds NPR

Coke, Nestle Near Ownership of World’s Second Largest Aquifer MPN

The repression in Bolivia has left at least 24 people dead.

Bolivia coup

Dictatorship is Preparing for a State of Siege: Evo Morales teleSUR

Thousands March in Response to Cochabamba Massacre as the Dictatorship Prepares for a State of Siege teleSUR

Unpacking Media Propaganda About Bolivia’s Election – Pro-coup editorials rely on—and misreport—questionable evidence from the dubious OAS FAIR

MAS: We Denounce the Illegal Government to the People of Bolivia and the World Resumen

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe refuses to reverse the land reform amid US demands EWN

U.S. has world’s highest rate of children in detention: U.N. study Reuters

Paris police use tear gas, water cannon on ‘yellow vest’ protests anniversary Reuters

Boeing 787 Dreamliner: “Hundreds of Defective Parts” Ralph Nader Radio Hour


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