How Chicago’s Unionized Teachers Fought for Safety and Won Rising Up With Sonali
New revelation on Google’s anti-union strategy Market Research
Housing, inflation, etc.
America’s Hidden Fire Kindling American Prospect
Federally subsidized housing complexes, many of them owned by for-profit investors, fail to enforce basic safety standards.
Black Lives Matter
Jason Walker was fatally shot by an off-duty officer during a road incident in North Carolina city
COVID-Hospitalization Numbers Are as Bad as They Look Ed Yong, The Atlantic
Calling Omicron ‘Mild’ Is Wishful Thinking Katherine Wu, The Atlantic
1930s coup attempt
Business leaders like JP Morgan and Irénée du Pont were accused by a retired major general of plotting to install a fascist dictator
Yet those images — which Schulberg included in his astonishing documentary about the trial, titled, simply, “Nuremberg” — remained unseen for decades, as did the film in the entirety of 75-minute running time.
That is because, this new documentary reveals, by the end of 1948, the start of the Cold War had put on ice any possibility for it to be screened in the U.S. Even though the film had already been distributed throughout Germany, with America trying to rebuild Europe through the Marshall Plan, U.S. government officials declared that the American enemy was no longer the Nazis, but the communists and Soviets. And so the Iron Curtain cast its own shadow on Schulberg’s film.
Damning imperialism: Marx’s writing on China Friends of Socialist China
#Cuba lamenta muerte de la incansable luchadora argentina Alicia Jrapko, quien consagró su vida a luchar por la justicia en nombre de sus compañeros desaparecidos. Por el regreso de Elián, la libertad de los Cinco y contra el #Bloqueo peleó hasta el fin. Hasta siempre hermana. pic.twitter.com/yqeJKDFxux
— Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez (@DiazCanelB) January 12, 2022
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