Breonna Taylor, 26, was killed by police March 13.
Family seeks answers in fatal police shooting of Louisville woman in her apartment Washington Post
Protests underway at 3 Yakima Valley fruit packing houses yakimaherald.com
Mississippi poultry worker who died of COVID-19 pushed for better pay, conditions Clarion Ledger
Native American Tribes Defy South Dakota Orders To Remove Checkpoints NPR
‘It’s really scary for us’: Oglala Sioux Tribe orders lockdown after COVID-19 hits reservation Indianz
Doctors Without Borders dispatches team to the Navajo Nation CBS
Native Americans make up 50% of COVID-19 deaths in New Mexico
Wearing ‘Smallpox Blankets’ Standing Rock Lakota say ‘no’ to casinos re-opening, as two coronavirus cases are reported
The US military is hell-bent on trying to overpower China Vijay Prashad
Cancel the Rent Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Evictions and foreclosures in the U.S. could trigger a new wave of infection and illness—but it’s not too late to act.
Mortgage Lenders Tighten Screws on U.S. Credit in Echo of 2008 Bloomberg
Wall Street Bets Virus Meltdown Gives Landlords a Chance to Grow WSJ
Layoffs Start Turning From Temporary to Permanent Across America Bloomberg
Reserve army—pandemic edition David F. Ruccio
You know things are bad—and going to get worse—when a mainstream newspaper like the Washington Post invokes the Mohr:
What Karl Marx once called “the reserve army of the unemployed” will probably keep wage growth in check as the recovery inches forward.
More bailout the rich
‘No Excuse for This’: House Dems Unveil 1,815-Page Bill That Would Bail Out Corporate Lobbyists But Omits Key People-First Priorities Common Dreams
War Is Peace & K Street Is A Small Business David Sirota
David P. Reed – It’s been interesting to read the medical science
If you read about the 1918-19 pandemic, say in the fantastic book called The Great Influenze which focuses on the science and decision-making of leaders in science and government, you can see for yourself how dangerous the idea that you “know” how to cure the disease can be. Investors, for example, will inevitably exaggerate and promote falsity. So will leaders under stress, and scientists “urgently seeking a cure”, all of which happened in 1918-1919, killing many.
How Coronavirus Spreads through the Air: What We Know So Far Scientific American
If Only the US Had That $6.4 Trillion It Wasted on Iraq and Afghanistan Wars to Fight Covid-19 Pandemic Common Dreams
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