Tuesday’s news links – 5 July 2022

Protesters in Ohio Are Met With Riot Police Following Killing of Jayland Walker Truthout

Comparing Cops’ Arrest Of Robert ‘Bobby’ Crimo To Jayland Walker’s Police Execution NewsOne

Black children are 6 times more likely to be shot to death by police, study finds CNN

A Michigan police chief has apologized after it emerged that the department used images of Black men during target practice CNN

Indigenous Peoples

Free Leonard Peltier and all political prisoners, meetings to break the silence Pressenza

Fourth of July Address at Reidsville, New York John Quinney (Mahican, 1854)

UAINE: John Quinney of the Mahican Tribe (Muh-he-con-new) gave an 1854 #4thOfJuly address in Reidsville NY about the devastation of Indigenous communities in the northeastern US and wholesale Indigenous land theft by colonizers. This speech with an Indigenous perspective on the 4th of July was delivered 2 yrs after the Frederick Douglass speech, “What to the Slave Is the 4th of July?” Quinney felt that, while some whites wanted to abolish African slavery, they didn’t care about the fate of Native people.

Uncontrolled Burning: The Role of Oil and Gas in New Mexico’s Historic Wildfires Capital & Main

U.S./NATO war

NATO announces plan for massive European land army MR Online

Europeans Protest NATO Summit as Russia Gains in Donbas Fighting Words

Former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen Hired as Zelensky’s Adviser Sputnik

Russian Special Forces Found New Evidence Of OSCE Collaboration With Ukrainian And NATO Special Services Southfront

The future of work 3 – automation Michael Roberts

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