Tuesday, September 6, 2016

September 6 News Update

Native American Pipeline Protest Halts Construction in North Dakota
Dakota Pipeline Approved by Army Corps Over Objections of 3 Federal Agencies
Minnesota Dakota tribes back North Dakota oil pipeline fight
North Dakota pipeline protest turns violent after cultural sites destroyed

Soaring ocean temperature is 'greatest hidden challenge of our generation'
Flooding of the U.S. Coastline, Caused by Global Warming, Has Already Begun *

More about the public health impacts of mountaintop removal coal mining
In U.S. Methane Hot Spot, Researchers Pinpoint Sources of 250 Leaks
Our only hope is to mobilize like we did in WWII
New York City to Change Lead Testing at Schools *
Obama and Xi Formally Commit U.S. and China to Paris Climate Accord *
In China's electric car boom, global automakers select different gear
Enbridge puts on hold proposed Sandpiper oil pipeline
Oklahoma Orders Shutdown of Wells After Record-Tying Earthquake *
‘Rolling Coal’ in Diesel Trucks, to Rebel and Provoke *
Toxic air pollution particles found in human brains

Commentary: War on workers has gone on for decades
Fight for 15 and a union – the future of organizing?
Black Workers, Unions, and Inequality

Nurses, allies crowd picket lines on first day of strike
Allina, nurses brace for prolonged strike
Nurses Strike Over Insurance at 5 Minnesota Hospitals
Nurses, allies emphasize solidarity as strike deadline approaches

Young Blacks’ Doubts About Clinton Worry Democrats *
Where Has Hillary Clinton Been? Ask the Ultrarich *

Tens of millions of Indian workers strike in fight for higher wages
The Importance of the September 2nd General Strike

Mexico's Striking Teachers Stand Firm Against State Repression
Corbyn investigating claims leadership contest is being rigged
The Other Big Election
For Unions and New York City Hall, an Open-Door Relationship Turns Complex *
Bargaining Over Corporate Investment: Innovation or Trap?
Protests Against 'Colonial' PROMESA Debt Plan Rock Puerto Rico
Fred Hellerman, Last of the Weavers Folk Group, Dies at 89 *
Pennsylvania's largest state government union ratifies new labor contract
Migrant Women Held in Pennsylvania Start Hunger Strike to Protest Detention *
Organizing Gets Fashionable: Zara Workers Beat the Odds
Trade Union Report to the Socialist Action Convention
Taking Stock One Year After Refugees' Arrival
Four Times BC Teachers Took the Lead in History
Coleman Mine work stoppage over, employees back on the job
Florida unions, worker advocates mark Labor Day with celebration, demonstration
A.N.C.’s Combative Response to Election Losses Startles South Africa *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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