Friday, October 21, 2016

October 21 News Update

Lindsey Grayzel, an independent
      film-maker from Portland, Oregon, was arrested and jailed on 11
      October while filming at a pipeline protest in Washington state.
Photograph: Ben Grayzel
Documentary film-makers face decades in prison for taping oil pipeline protests

Watchdog: EPA delayed for 7 months in Flint water crisis
Only Those Committed to Destroying Planet Can Bid on Fossil Fuel Leases

Matt Rourke/AP
Pennsylvania Professors Go On Strike

Out of work Just Born workers out of luck with jobless benefits
All Tricks, No Treat in Peeps Candy Strike

MCAD faculty say yes to union; Augsburg up next
CWAers Meet in Pittsburgh for Customer Service Conference
Thousands of Seattle teachers organize 'Black Lives Matter at School' rally
Protests erupt in Egyptian city of Port Said
Corporations try to thwart new overtime rule
Naomi Klein, Glenn Greenwald Tackle Ethics of WikiLeaks' Podesta Emails
ACLU Demands Secret Court Hand Over Rulings on Surveillance Law
Brazil charges 21 over deaths in mine dam collapse: prosecutor
New Jersey Transit's longest delay: Modern safety technology
When Librarians Are Silenced
California’s largest state worker union to vote on strike
The Fight for Mexican Labor
Tampa reaches agreement with one of three labor unions
Union asks court to reverse Wal-Mart trespassing order
Lake Circuit Court clerk's office's union dispute goes before state labor board
He Stars in a Spanish-Language Soap. Why Is He Driving for Uber? *

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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