Letter from LA: The homeless are internal refugees — victims on the run from neoliberalism Yasha Levine, Immigrants as a Weapon
Amazon workers leading a historic push for unionization in Alabama describe midnight ‘education’ meetings, an unexpected mailbox, and streams of anti-union flyers as they go up against one of the world’s most powerful companies Business Insider
Three more Indigenous deaths in Australian police custody People’s World
The spokeswoman also slammed nations claiming to be “judges” of human rights as having “an ignoble record of human rights”, adding they were not in a position to criticize China or shift blame for past violations. Hua cited the 400-year Transatlantic slave trade to the Americas, which shipped 12m African slaves and killed 10m during transport. She added: “In the US, people like George Floyd still can’t breathe,” she said, adding the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination found that African descendants in the US and UK faced “systematic” racism.
Don’t Buy Exxon’s Fable Of The Drunken Captain Greg Palast
Today, March 24, the 32nd Anniversary of the Exxon Valdez disaster will be commemorated with the re-telling of lies. The official story is, “Drunken Skipper Hits Reef.” Don’t believe it.
AstraZeneca’s US Vaccine Trial Data Derek Lowe
Thread is pointing out that, apparently, NYC is planning to end remote work but won’t require masks indoors if people can be six feet apart. It’s been a year and the key role of aerosols hasn’t sunk in. Among the biggest pandemic failures. https://t.co/oxBQmc1te7
— zeynep tufekci (@zeynep) March 24, 2021
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