Sunday’s news links – May 30, 2021

Armed March Held to Commemorate 100th Anniversary of Tulsa Race Massacre Sputnik

Tensions erupt in Tulsa as city commemorates 1921 race massacre Washington Post

The Women Who Preserved the Story of the Tulsa Race Massacre New Yorker

Tech Workers at Google, Apple and Amazon Show Solidarity With the Palestinians Truthout

The productivity crisis Michael Roberts

In the last 50 years from about the 1970s to now, growth in the productivity of labor has been slowing in all the major capitalist economies. Capitalism is not fulfilling its only claim to fame – expanding the productive forces. Instead it is showing serious signs of exhaustion. Indeed, as inequality rises, productivity growth falls.

Inflation Bites Chunk out of Personal Income & Spending Wolf Street

San Francisco teachers union endorses BDS movement Mondoweiss

Indigenous Peoples

Renewed calls for Catholic Church apology after mass grave of Indigenous children found in Canada Axios

Bolivia

China Has Supplied 64% of Bolivia’s Covid-19 Vaccines Kawsachun News

China

The rapid rise of ‘red tourism’ in China CNN

“Always the truth,” says French writer in virtual encounter with e-celebrities from China’s Xinjiang

A rogue killer drone ‘hunted down’ a human target without being instructed to, UN report says Business Insider

Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors ars technica

Outrage as regulators let pesticides from factory pollute US town for years Guardian

THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF PHILIP AGEE, THE CIA’S FIRST DEFECTOR AND MOST COMMITTED DISSIDENT Crime Reads

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