Thursday, November 19, 2015

November 19 News Update

France Cancels Major Climate March, But Groups Say They Won't Be Silenced
French Activists More Determined Than Ever Response to French Government Prohibition of Climate
New global heat records set for October and year-to-date
Chinese emissions to rise despite coal peak
Greenland's icy homage to UN climate change conference
U.S. and Cuba Sign Environmental Pact *
Senators Revive Financing Tactic From ’70s for Carbon Emissions *
Ford vote shows disconnect between UAW leaders, workers
UAW VP Settles launches final sales pitch for Ford deal
Ford's UAW Agreement in Jeopardy After Defeats at Big Plants
UAW leaders: Better Ford deal unlikely if pact fails
UAW VP Settles: 'I'm optimistic' Ford deal will pass
UAW-Ford Contract Lowlights (PDF)
Ford-UAW contract passage in doubt as voting nears end
Louisville Ford vote raises doubts about deal
Results of U.A.W. Vote Show Ford Pact Losing *

One Slogan, Many Methods: Black Lives Matter Enters Politics *
Racism on Campus: Stories From New York Times Readers *
Princeton Students Hold Sit-In on Racial Injustice *

Workers occupy lobby of SuperAmerica headquarters
Picketing at U focuses on parental leave
Secret donors fuel pro-Democratic Party campaign powerhouse
Several mosques vandalized across US
Some U.S. airport workers to strike
Chicago City Council Votes To Support Syrian Refugees
British couple convicted of keeping immigrant as slave for 24 years
Spain issues arrest warrant for Benjamin Netanyahu
Purolator reinstates B.C. airport package throwers
Union to Start ‘Substantial’ Ad Campaign Hitting Republicans on Immigration *
Half of New Yorkers Say They Are Barely or Not Getting By, Poll Shows *
Minnesota’s Iron Ore Producers Retrench, Troubling a Region *

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