Monday’s news links – March 22, 2021

EN EXCLUSIVA: Hispano que sobrevivió a la masacre en Atlanta relata cómo le mataron a su esposa Mundo Hispánico

Latino Man Who Escaped Atlanta Spa Shooting Handcuffed for Two Hours While Wife Died Inside Slate

‘Life and Death’ Crisis as Utilities Cut Power to Over 765,000 Across 10 States During Pandemic Common Dreams

93K Wisconsin households face electricity disconnection

Your Home’s Value Is Based on Racism NYTimes

US Reps. Tlaib, Stevens, Dingell, Andy Levin join strike at 7 Up warehouse Detroit Free Press

#COVID19

‘Chaotic situation’: Puerto Ricans indignant at tourists breaking Covid mandates NBC

Where’s the Science Behind CDC’s 6-Foot Social-Distance Decree? WSJ

New CDC Guidelines to Reopen Schools Could be Dangerous INET

School re-opening push based on outdated science is poorly timed in face of coronavirus resurgence

China and Cuba developing a vaccine against multiple SARS-CoV-2 variants:
China y Cuba desarrollan vacuna contra varias cepas de SARS-CoV-2

Anti-Asian Violence in America Is Rooted in US Empire Christine Ahn, Terry K Park and Kathleen Richards

There’s Nothing Wrong With Open Borders Farhad Manjoo

Yemen

Saudis lead airstrike on Yemen’s capital after Aramco attack

Sputnik V: EU Sacrifices Its Citizens by the Thousands on the Altar of Anti-Russia Point-Scoring MPN

The sugar rush economy Michael Roberts

Bullshit economy Pt. 2 – early paycheck apps

Most things are paid for right away, labor is not. This, plus stagnating wages and a lack of free, widely available banking options, has paved the way for re-skinned versions of payday loans.

Thomas Piketty and Karl Marx: Two Totally Different Visions of Capital The Hampton Institute

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