Wednesday, October 4, 2017

October 4 News Update

‘Brazil lost control over its natural resources because it lost its sovereignty’
A lack of action on climate change is putting people's lives at risk
Why the 97% climate consensus is important

Catalans Stop Work to Protest Police Force During Referendum
Catalonia responds to police violence: 'people are angry, very angry'

Puerto Rico: Trump appears to complain about cost of relief effort
Life or death as Puerto Rico's older people go without essentials
Fake news blames Puerto Rico's truck drivers for refusing to move supplies

Tax Cuts, Sold as Fuel for Growth, Widen Gap Between Rich and Poor *

There is no ‘Cult of Corbyn’ – This is a Movement Preparing for Power
Volunteer Pipefitters keep heat on for homeowners in need
CTUL to celebrate 10th anniversary
Building Power before Janus–And After: Lessons from CUNY
How the earthquakes shook Mexican politics
French Muslims enraged by passage of Macron’s version of Patriot Act
Local labor union helps Habitat
Nissan Accused of Snooping in Labor’s Latest Fight for the South
Barbudan land ownership: a 200-year-old freedom at risk following Irma
Outrage greets Mexican feminism panel with 11 participants – all of them male
Royal Mail looks set to deliver a long and bitter dispute
Tube strike suspended but South Western Trains disruption looms
Ben & Jerry’s Strikes Deal to Improve Migrant Dairy Workers’ Conditions *

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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