International solidarity with this summer’s anti-racist rebellions, a global pandemic update, a look into the American military’s possible role in Mali’s coup, news on Nigeria’s ongoing anti-police-terror struggle, and the people of Bolivia victorious. All this and more in the Autumn 2020 international and antiwar update.
I visited a beautiful spot recently here in Richmond.
The Virginia Defender’s endorsements for the presidential and Richmond local elections taking place on November 3, 2020.
Sabra Dipping Company, LLC, the country’s largest producer of the chickpea dip hummus, has a large manufacturing plant in Chesterfield County and a reputation for green buildings and partnerships with nonprofits. But the company is known for something else, too: longstanding support of one of the Israeli military’s most notoriously brutal brigades.
Why aren’t we endorsing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris? Simply put, because we can’t divide up our solidarity between people who live within this country and those who live outside it.
On the morning of Friday, Oct. 23, a multiracial crowd of some 75 people gathered outside the rental home of Katrina Pitt. The 56-year-old woman, who has a disability and survives on Social Security, was facing an eviction which would have put herself and five others on the street in the middle of the pandemic.
It’s an organization that was born in jail. Or, to be more specific, in a bus holding 26 people who were arrested May 31 while protesting the police murder of Minneapolis resident George Floyd.