Friday’s news links – June 12, 2020

Trump’s planned rally in Tulsa, site of a race massacre, on Juneteenth is ‘almost blasphemous,’ historian says Washington Post

Choctaw, Cherokee man paralyzed in fall from bridge during Oklahoma protest Indian Country Today

An Oklahoma man who was paralyzed from the waist down in a fall from a bridge when a truck drove through a crowd of protesters in Tulsa is improving, his brother said Wednesday.

Tulsa family wants charges dropped after teen arrested for jaywalking ABC News

During Floyd protests, media industry reckons with long history of collaboration with law enforcement The Conversation

Pittsburgh Paper Removed Police Brutality Stories, Then Republished Them With Pro-Cop Images The Root

‘They don’t belong’: calls grow to oust police from US labor movement Guardian

West Coast Dockers Stop Work to Honor George Floyd Labor Notes

Nurses Have a History of Activism in the U.S., Championing Suffrage and Universal Health Care Teen Vogue

Study: 100% face mask use could crush second, third COVID-19 wave SFgate

‘Speaking of Looting…’: Trump Admin. Refuses to Disclose Corporate Recipients of $500 Billion in Coronavirus Bailout Funds Common Dreams

The Abrupt, Radical Reversal in How Public Health Experts Now Speak About the Coronavirus and Mass Gatherings Glenn Greenwald Intercept

China

Female Red Army veteran of Long March passes away at the age of 107 China Daily

Trump targets International Criminal Court for sanctions over U.S. war crimes probe Axios

Venezuela

Country With World’s Largest Oil Reserves Has Only One Rig Left OilPrice

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