Friday’s news links – August 13, 2021

FIREBAUGH, CA – 10JULY21 – Farmworkers brought to the U.S. in the H-2A visa program harvest melons early in the morning in a field near Firebaugh, in the San Joaquin Valley. The temperature at the time, about 9 in the morning, was over 95 degrees, and would reach over 110 in the afternoon. These workers are Cora indigenous people, recruited from the Mexican state of Nayarit. It was their second day of work in the U.S. and they were not yet accustomed to the heat. They work for the Rancho Nuevo Harvesting Co. labor contractor, in a field that belongs to the Fisher family, a large California grower. Copyright David Bacon

Heat, Bad Housing And Labor Abuse David Bacon

The Coal Miners’ Wives Keeping A Strike Alive In Alabama Kim Kelly, Elle

Close to 50% of US Workers Can’t Afford to Rent One Bedroom Housing – National Low Income Housing CoalitionOut of Reach 2021 PDF

The Oil & Gas Inflation Trap That No One Wants To Talk About OilPrice

Indigenous Peoples

2020 U.S. Census Data Shows American Indian and Alaska Native Population Grew Significantly Since 2010 Native News Online

Brazil: A Coup in the Planning and the Paralysis of Democratic Institutions Resumen

Peruvian Congress begins offensive against President Castillo MR Online

America Needs to Start Telling the Truth About Israel’s Nukes NYTimes

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