Tuesday’s news links – Nov. 10, 2020

Farm laborers from Fresh Harvest working with an H-2A visa harvest romaine lettuce on a machine with heavy plastic dividers that separate workers from each other on April 27, 2020 in Greenfield, California.

‘Many Workers Will Suffer’: Days After Election, Trump Quietly Freezes Wages of Farm Laborers Common Dreams

How State Sen. Ernie Chambers Helped Keep Nebraska’s Electoral College Votes Split NPR

Man featured at Giuliani press conference is a convicted sex offender Politico

Trump coup?

DOJ’s top election crimes prosecutor quits in protest after Barr tells federal attorneys to probe unsupported allegations of voting irregularities CNN

White House, escalating tensions, orders agencies to rebuff Biden transition team Washington Post

Concerns Grow in US as Trump Refuses to Concede Defeat Orinoco Tribune

Trump campaign planning messaging blitz to fuel unsupported election questions CNN

Trump’s Baseless Fraud Accusations Are Already Sparking Far Right Violence Truthout

McConnell Backs Trump in Not Conceding Race Wall Street Journal

Unity Is for White People: Why Joe Biden Can’t Unite the Country The Root

Who Is Michèle Flournoy, Biden’s Rumored Pick for Pentagon Chief? DownWithTyranny!

No, Defund The Police And Medicare For All Didn’t Lead To Democratic Losses In The House The Appeal

Fight racism

U.S. criticized for police brutality, racism at U.N. rights review Reuters

‘Secret Life Of Supermarkets’ Shines A Light On Bounty’s Dark Side NPR

Bolivia

Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia: Key Points from his First Speech Orinoco Tribune

Mexico

Cancun Police Shoot Down Feminist Protest in Mexico teleSUR

#COVID-19

Brain Scans Show a Whole Spectrum of COVID-19 Abnormalities We Can’t Fully Explain Science Alert

One in five COVID-19 patients develop mental illness within 90 days – study Reuters

Pfizer Vaccine Results Leave Questions About Safety, Longevity Bloomberg

Vicious Cycle: Climate Change Spreading Infectious Diseases, Which Contribute to Climate Change SciTech Daily

The World Turned Upside Down: Rodney’s 1972 masterpiece ROAPE

In 1972 Walter Rodney published his masterpiece How Europe Underdeveloped Africa.

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