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16.04.2021

From George Floyd to a Cultural Reconciliation Process

From George Floyd to a Cultural Reconciliation Process

Daunte Wright’s death Sunday night, April 11, in Brooklyn Center, 10 miles south of Minneapolis, came as the city already was on edge, in the middle of the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd last May. In remarks to the nation, US President… »

16.04.2021

Key to success in Denmark: Investments in public transport, education and social aid for everyone

Key to success in Denmark: Investments in public transport, education and social aid for everyone

By Johanna Pauls The Danish Social Democratic government has been able to pay their citizens a corona aid of 1570$ each and priorized homless people during the vaccination process. Prime Minister Frederiksen and her party enjoy great popularity among the Danes. What is their key to success? The… »

16.04.2021

Five years after the coup against Dilma in Brazil, historians take stock

Five years after the coup against Dilma in Brazil, historians take stock

Process that ousted Dilma Rousseff sparked an institutional meltdown and revealed the country’s democratic disabilities By Pedro Rafael Vilela The historical, social and political interpretations of the impeachment of former Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff, which took place in 2016, are still in a critical phase of elaboration. Even so, historians… »

16.04.2021

Hate Taxes But Love WWII? You Obviously Don’t Know Where Taxes Came From

Hate Taxes But Love WWII? You Obviously Don’t Know Where Taxes Came From

The United States excels at hating taxes, and for good reason. The U.S. government gives you damn near nothing in return for them. You pay them at a higher rate than do billionaires or corporations. Cheating is permitted only if at a sufficiently large scale. And once you’ve paid your… »

16.04.2021

Daunte Wright’s Killing Makes the Case for Shrinking Police Budgets

Daunte Wright’s Killing Makes the Case for Shrinking Police Budgets

How many Black people have to be killed by police before politicians realize that expensive reforms don’t work? By Sonali Kolhatkar Three weeks into the Minneapolis trial of Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd, a white police officer in the neighboring suburb of Brooklyn Center killed a young… »

15.04.2021

Canadian and Filipino watchdog groups urge governments to take precautionary action vs. face masks containing graphene and other nanoparticles

Canadian and Filipino watchdog groups urge governments to take precautionary action vs. face masks containing graphene and other nanoparticles

13 April 2021, Quezon City.  The environmental health watchdog groups EcoWaste Coalition (based in Quezon City, Philippines) and ETC Group (based in Quebec, Canada) have called upon the health authorities to ensure that face masks sold in the market do not contain nanographene, a novel nanomaterial, that may cause harm… »

15.04.2021

Vaquita: a disappearing porpoise

Vaquita: a disappearing porpoise

Image Source: Wikimedia Commons It is the year 2021, and there are only ten or fewer vaquitas left in the world today. Environmentalist groups such as WWF, Sea Shepherd Conservation Organization, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) efforts to preserve them could not compete with violent… »

15.04.2021

Spain condemns the rise of violence and criminalization against migrants in Canarias.

Spain condemns the rise of violence and criminalization against migrants in Canarias.

Intervención policial en el campamento levantado en los alrededores CETI de las Raíces en Tenerife   The large-scale arrival of migrants to the Canary Islands (Spain), from the African continent, has generated a situation of overcrowding in the centers set up by the Government (CETI), which has caused tented camps… »

15.04.2021

Japan government will release irradiated water from Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea

Japan government will release irradiated water from Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea

Contaminated wastewater at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant will be released into the ocean “in around two years,” the Japanese government has announced, despite calls from China and South Korea urging against the move. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced the move in Tokyo, on Tuesday. He had previously called… »

15.04.2021

Colombia Sent a Technical Document the U.S. Congress: Glyphosate Spraying has been Ineffective in Combating Illicit Crops and Drug Trafficking

Colombia Sent a Technical Document the U.S. Congress: Glyphosate Spraying has been Ineffective in Combating Illicit Crops and Drug Trafficking

The Interim Commission on Drug Policy of the Senate of the Republic of Colombia sent a technical document to both houses of the U.S. Congress, reiterating the evidence that glyphosate spraying has been ineffective in combating illicit crops and drug trafficking. The use of glyphosate only succeeded in reducing illicit… »

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