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  • Tear gas, bullets, and a less-than-holy photo op June 3, 2020
    Desecration of a cherished symbol and a holy place? Far greater sins occurred behind the scenes! Crowds in Lafayette Park dispersed without warning by tear gas and a painful hail of “less-lethal” bullets, no doubt aimed at faces and eyes. Ahead of the much publicized photo op, a parish priest forcibly removed from the premises. […]
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  • Biden offers a sharp contrast to Trump in remarks on the uprising June 3, 2020
    When it comes to the uprising against racism that is sweeping the country and how national leadership should react to it Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden offered a sharp contrast yesterday to President Trump. Trump has continued spewing out racist dog whistles and code words – as he did long before reaching the White House […]
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  • Voters dump a white supremacist and make a Black woman mayor June 3, 2020
    In the midst of the worst multi-layered crisis in U.S. history, the nation has cause to celebrate today after voters in two states delivered a powerful double victory to the forces of progress. In Iowa, as Republican primary voters were dumping Rep. Steve King, one of the country’s most notorious white supremacists, people in Ferguson, […]
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  • Israeli forces trained cops in ‘restraint techniques’ at Minneapolis conference June 3, 2020
    Officers from the U.S. police force responsible for the killing of George Floyd received training in restraint techniques and anti-terror tactics from Israeli law enforcement officers. Floyd’s death in custody on Memorial Day, the latest in a succession of police killings of African Americans, has sparked continuing protests in U.S. cities. At least 100 Minnesota […]
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  • ‘We won’t tolerate’: Sports world unites behind George Floyd June 3, 2020
    (AP)— Players who scored in the German and Hungarian soccer leagues removed their jerseys to display undershirts with the words: “Justice for George Floyd.” Others from English soccer clubs Liverpool, Chelsea, and Newcastle dropped to one knee during practice in a clear gesture of support. In New Zealand, a Nigerian-born UFC fighter addressed a crowd of 4,000, imploring those listening to […]
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  • Protests against George Floyd’s murder roil Middle Tennessee June 3, 2020
    NASHVILLE—It used to be whenever I thought of Minneapolis the first images that popped into my mind were those of the American Indian Movement (AIM), founded there in 1968 in response to police brutality against the city’s Indigenous residents. Now, whenever I think of Minneapolis (which is constantly every day), the image that overwhelms my […]
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  • Trump wants repression and police violence to be capitalism’s new normal June 3, 2020
    Trump’s latest actions signal his attempt to make repression and police violence the new normal. He has threatened to use violent military force to attack U.S. citizens protesting the police killing of George Floyd. The situation is dire and requires vigilance, democratic resistance, and possible intervention from international organizations and governments. Hundreds of thousands of […]
    Joel Wendland-Liu
  • ‘On the Record’ documentary lays bare music industry racial and sexual politics June 3, 2020
    The cleverly named On the Record threatens to dethrone the so-called “King of Hip-Hop.” The 97-minute documentary may be to music mogul Russell Simmons what the #MeToo movement and Ronan Farrow’s reportage have been to that other entertainment industry icon, Harvey Weinstein. But unlike the exposés of the disgraced movie producer, Record delves into matters […]
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  • ‘This Is Why We Kneel’: Powerful music and graphics in new video June 3, 2020
    A highly emotional and effectively produced new video of the men’s choral composition This Is Why We Kneel has been released by the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles. If anything, it is more timely now than when the music was first performed. People’s World reviewed it on July 3, 2018. The following is […]
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  • Turning point: Trump threatens military rule, turns country toward fascism June 2, 2020
    Was he declaring martial law, or was he not? The vagueness of Trump’s “law and order” speech Monday night was calculated to give the appearance of getting tough against those protesting the murder of George Floyd and the systemic racism ingrained in U.S. policing, but he left out precise details as to exactly what he […]
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