Wednesday, April 11, 2018

April 11 News Update

EPA insiders bemoan low point in agency's history
Mexico's 'Disaster Bonds'
Shell Knew Fossil Fuels Created Climate Change Risks Back in 1980s
Effort to Weaken Fuel Efficiency Trump’s Most Climate-Damaging Move Yet
California Has Worse Lead Standards Than Arkansas and Texas
Germany Ready to Support Electric Car Battery Makers, Says Minister *
Remove people from nature? Human beings are not a problem!
Recycling crisis is capitalist business as usual

Martin Luther King Jr was a radical. We must not sterilize his legacy
Michael Bennett: 'Not being heard is ultimately my greatest fear'
50 Years after Memphis: Black Jobs Crisis Continues
Interview: Reviving the Poor People's Campaign

Teachers, students and supporters fill the south plaza of
        the state capitol as protests continue over school funding, in
        Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma teachers' march: immigration debate fuels calls for bilingual education
'Our feet are gross': Oklahoma teachers build comradeship on 110-mile march
'They're our heroes': girls support women teachers in Oklahoma march
Women are leading the wave of strikes in America. Here's why

These Americans are trapped in their jobs: they need to pay $10,000 to quit
Denver Post Rebels Against Its Hedge-Fund Ownership *

Brazil's coupmakers want to jail democracy
Brazil Trade Union Appeal For Solidarity With Lula

Caesars Windsor shuts down for union strike as negotiations stall
Union rallies to push for raise for workers, assistants at UA
Labor union in New Haven puts contract vote on hold
Jerome Ave: inside one of New York City's last working class areas - in pictures
Trump's enemy is not your friend: why we shouldn't defend Amazon
How not to fight antisemitism
Against Macron, organize the convergence between struggles
Norway unions, employers agree wage deal, averting strike
Video Shows Israeli Forces Shooting a Palestinian, Then Rejoicing *
Escapes, Riots and Beatings. But States Can’t Seem to Ditch Private Prisons. *
Federal Budget Deficit Projected to Soar to Over $1 Trillion in 2020 *
Hundreds of flights canceled in Germany as airports hit by strikes
Deutsche Post workers vote in favor of accepting wage offer
17th Congress: Analyse, act, build
Argentine Newspapers Recuperated by Workers’ Cooperatives
Pay gap worsened for women under 40 over last two years
Reuters Journalists Will Face Trial for Work in Burma *
Trump Signs Order to Require Recipients of Federal Aid Programs to Work *

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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