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2021 Oct 29 - 12:00pm
World Socialist Web Site
A government appointed committee has warned of a potential second wave of infections in winter leading to a sharp rise in the percentage of the population hit by the coronavirus.
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2021 Jun 10 - 12:00pm
World Socialist Web Site
Millions of people are frustrated and sickened by the regularization of the blackouts.
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2020 Nov 25 - 11:31am
Black Agenda Report
Black Agenda Radio for Week of November 23, 2020 Authors Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford glen Wed, 11/25/2020 - 10:01 Margaret Kimberley · Black Agenda Radio for Week of November 23, 2020 Reject “Thanks-Taking,” Join in National Day of Mourning “Instead of celebrating genocide, the National Day of Mourning was created to destroy the...
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2020 Nov 25 - 9:55am
Johnstone, Caitlin
Hi welcome to the timeline where people call you a crazy radical extremist for saying your government should stop committing acts of mass murder.❖When they say a withdrawal from Afghanistan should be contingent on certain conditions being met, the “conditions” they really mean are puppet regimes in Beijing, Moscow and Tehran.❖Think of the mental contortions you’d have to do in order to see a 19-year military occupation as...
Tags: junktag (ignore), #Trump, biden, Caitlin Johnstone, China, narrative matrix
2020 Nov 24 - 2:28am
Black Agenda Report
GOP Tried to Re-Imprison Jalil Muntaqim Authors Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford glen Tue, 11/24/2020 - 00:58 Margaret Kimberley · GOP Tried to Re-Imprison Jalil Muntaqim After 49 years as a Black Panther Party political prisoner, Jalil Muntaqim was released on parole, only to be rearrested for attempting to register to vote in his...
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2020 Nov 24 - 2:23am
Black Agenda Report
Colin Kaepernick: “Free Mumia” Authors Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford glen Tue, 11/24/2020 - 00:53 Margaret Kimberley · Colin Kaepernick: “Free Mumia” Abu Jamal “has had to endure this second-by-second assault on his soul for 38 years,” said banned football quarterback Colin Kaepernick. If Black lives truly matter, “then Mumia’s...
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2020 Nov 24 - 2:06am
Black Agenda Report
Community Control of Police = Autonomous Zone of People Power Authors Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford glen Tue, 11/24/2020 - 00:36 Margaret Kimberley · Community Control of Police = Autonomous Zone of People Power Pan-African Community Action organizer Netfa Freeman told a panel organized by Black psychology students at Bowie State...
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2020 Nov 24 - 1:59am
Black Agenda Report
Reject “Thanks-Taking,” Join in National Day of Mourning Authors Black Agenda Radio with Margaret Kimberley and Glen Ford glen Tue, 11/24/2020 - 00:29 Margaret Kimberley · Reject “Thanks-Taking,” Join in National Day of Mourning “Instead of celebrating genocide, the National Day of Mourning was created to destroy the Pilgrim mythology” that led to “not a...
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2020 Nov 23 - 10:56am
Johnstone, Caitlin
Did you know the US Department of Defense used to be called the Department of War? It would be a much more honest label today for a military which virtually never operates in any way that could be described as defensive, with its operations focusing far outside of the nation’s borders against targets who pose no threat whatsoever to ordinary Americans. An even more suitable name would be the Department of Eternal War.The State Department...
Tags: junktag (ignore), junktag (ignore), biden, Blinken, Iraq, Libya
2020 Nov 22 - 9:42am
Johnstone, Caitlin
There has never been a better time to be a woman, minority or member of the LGBT community who works in the DC establishment and thinks the poor should be made into pet food.The New York Times has published an article titled “Could Limiting Corporate Candidates Hurt Biden’s Diversity Push?”, for the benefit of all those normal everyday readers who’ve been lying awake at night wondering if limiting corporate candidates might...
Tags: junktag (ignore), junktag (ignore), biden, diversity, LGBT, Media
2020 Nov 22 - 12:18am
Canary (The Other)
Anti-racism protests have erupted in Brazil following the brutal killing of a Black man by two white security guards outside a Carrefour supermarket in Porto Alegre on 19 November. The incident took place following a confrontation between the man and a supermarket employee. Reminiscent of George Floyd’s murder The incident was caught on video and took place in front of many witnesses, including the victim’s wife. The death of 40-year-old Afro-...
Tags: Analysis, Global, Black Lives Matter, Brazil, Protest, Racism
2020 Nov 21 - 11:00pm
Canary (The Other)
Former construction worker Dave Smith of the Blacklist Support Group provided extensive testimony to the UnderCover Police Inquiry (UCPI) on how ‘spycops’ infiltrated and spied on workers over many years. The testimony included how one ‘spycop’ attempted to incite three of those workers to firebomb an office run by an exiled Italian fascist. But there is far more to this story than meets the eye, with lives lost from...
Tags: Analysis, Global, UK, blacklisting, Bologna massacre, Forza Neuvo
2020 Nov 21 - 7:50pm
Canary (The Other)
French president Emmanuel Macron has introduced a new regressive bill which further monitors Muslims. A number of terror attacks in France over the past month is the latest excuse for France’s storied history of Islamophobic policies. Muslim leaders Macron asked the French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) to accept a charter of “republican values” over the next 15 days. The BBC reported that the bill includes the following...
Tags: Global, Opinion, France, Islamophobia, Macron, Racism
2020 Nov 21 - 7:12pm
Canary (The Other)
Scores of people have turned up at a pilot scheme of mass coronavirus testing in Merthyr Tydfil.Rapid Covid-19 tests are being offered to the area’s residents and workers even if they do not have symptoms, a week after the town registered the highest rate of new cases in the UK.Merthyr Tydfil has since seen the biggest drop in cases in Wales from around 770 cases per 100,000 to now below 260 as the effect of the country’s 17-day...
Tags: junktag (ignore), UK, coronavirus, Covid testing, covid-19, Merthyr Tydfil
2020 Nov 21 - 4:47pm
Canary (The Other)
Gaps in research kill people. This is the position People of Colour often find ourselves in. But this problem is made worse for People of Colour with disabilities. The Canary has already looked at the lack of data available in this area. Research allows groups of people to be able to access structural support and to find networks of support. This time, we’ll be looking at the practical reasons why disabled People of Colour are missed out...
Tags: investigation, Opinion, UK, data analysis, disability, Racism

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