Tuesday’s news links – March 23, 2021

 

US has a long history of violence against Asian women The Conversation

Amazon

“Jeff Bezos Is Afraid,” Say Amazon Union Organizers Capital & Main

Italy: Italians urged to boycott Amazon to support day of strikes as 40,000 strike Guardian

Amazon workers strike in Italy over pandemic-driven delivery demands Reuters

Amazon Illegally Interrogated Worker Who Led First COVID-19 Strikes, NLRB Says Vice

Scoop: Inside a crowded border patrol tent in Donna, Texas Axios

Indigenous Peoples

BREAKING: Charges Against Nick Tilsen and Land Defenders DROPPED, NDN Collective Celebrates a Victory for the Movement | NDN Collective

Charges against treaty defenders dropped Indian Country Today

The Origins of Border Crossing and Border Policing

Biden promised change at the border. He’s kept Trump’s Title 42 policy to close it and cut off asylum LA Times

Britain

Police officers hurt, vehicles set on fire in violent protest in Bristol, England Reuters

Bristol’s Long History of Radicalism Tribune

Yesterday’s ‘Kill the Bill’ protest and last year’s tearing down of the Colston statue have made Bristol a symbol of resistance – but for almost two centuries, the city has been at the forefront of radical politics in Britain.

#COVID19

Free DONUT deal for Covid-vaccinated reignites debate over Americans’ massive lockdown weight gains RT

End Vaccine Apartheid Before Millions More Die Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram

The EU, US, UK, Switzerland, Canada and their allies continue to block the developing country proposal to temporarily suspend the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement to enable greatly increased, affordable supplies of COVID-19 vaccines, drugs, tests and equipment.

Yemen

New leaks show CIA pressured Yemen to release al-Qaeda leader and agency asset Anwar al-Awlaki Grayzone

The simple food that fights climate change BBC

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