Monday’s news links – March 2, 20202

Churchgoers in Selma turn their backs on Bloomberg during service Slate

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STRIKE UPDATE: nearly 80 grad workers fired today, picket continues on Monday!

A note on the firings


‘It’s not over’: Tentative agreement with Wet’suwet’en Nation may be a milestone, but it doesn’t resolve pipeline fight Ricochet

‘Against Colonial Violence and Land Theft,’ Indigenous Activists and Allies Target Mining Industry Convention in Toronto Common Dreams

Canadian First Nations on Health Cooperation with Cuba


Turkey confirms military operation against Syrian regime AFP

Turkey mobilizes for war with Syria and Russia Juan Cole

The threat of a Russia-Turkey-NATO hot war over Idlib is a godsend for US foreign policy

Turkey and Russia lock horns in Syria as fear of outright war escalates The Conversation

Iran says US has no legal right to sign peace deal with Taliban and determine future of Afghanistan RT


Netanyahu: Annexation has started, PA and Jordan threats don’t matter Middle East Monitor

Netanyahu aide in leaked recording: ‘Hate is what unites our camp’ Times of Israel

Bolivia coup

Are Tesla and Elon Musk the Key to Understanding the Coup in Bolivia? Orinoco Tribune

Hazel Scott

She Was Once the Biggest Star in Jazz. Here’s Why You’ve Never Heard of Her.

Hazel Scott was a piano prodigy who wowed the worlds of music, TV and film. But when she stood up for her rights, the establishment took her down.

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