(2022-06-09). The pandemic is not over! Build a movement of educators, parents and students for COVID-19 elimination! wsws.org Opposition to herd immunity and support for basic protective measures remains strong among broad sections of working people. These widespread sentiments must be directed towards the mobilization of the working class to fight for a global strategy to eliminate COVID-19.
(2022-06-09). South Korean ruling conservative party secures victory in local elections. wsws.org The conservative People Power Party has pledged to preside over sweeping attacks on the jobs, wages and conditions of the working class, while continuing the bipartisan program of mass COVID infection that has claimed more than 24,000 lives.
(2022-06-09). Friday 6/17: National Memorial Service for Lives Lost to COVID, Gun Violence, War and Poverty w/ PPC. indybay.org Online via livestream: www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/livestream/ | In-person at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C…
(2022-06-09). African famine: the role of sanctions. workers.org When the crops fail after drought in Chad, as happened this year, people are driven to hunt for wild grain and fruit to survive famine, as here in 2016. Chad, in the middle of Africa, is a landlocked country with 16 million people. It is one of the three poorest . . . |
(2022-06-09). PDF of June 9 issue. workers.org Download the PDF. Profit-hungry company lures youth to guns editorial: LGBTQ+ for socialism: 'We want to live!' PRIDE: Class roots of anti‚Äëtrans laws Events challenge police, corporate control, transphobia Labor fights back: Lockout by war profiteers Seattle museum union Boston baristas strike Tear down the walls: Palestine Freedom Tunnel Stop . . . |
(2022-06-09). Daily Round-up | UN report on human rights violations in Palestine & other stories. peoplesdispatch.org In this episode, we bring you stories from Palestine, Brazil, the famine in Somalia and a strike by Australian public health workers…
(2022-06-09). We'll All Need Home Care Someday. inequality.org
(2022-06-09). From Reagan to Trump. indybay.org The 1960s, when incomes rose for almost all workers, ended with a massive wave of strikes. Since the 1980s, the incomes of most Americans have fallen, working hours have risen massively, and job security has become a foreign word. But strikes have been extremely rare.
(2022-06-08). The Federal Reserve Has Had a Diversity Crisis Long Enough. inequality.org
(2022-06-08). Anonymous donor pays tuition balance for Wiley College graduates. nationofchange.org The estimated total debt of the more than 100 students in Wiley College's class of 2022 totaled $300,000.