Tag Archives: Mutual Aid
Let’s talk about Russian oil and American costs – Beau of the Fifth Column
How Feel Good Stories Let A Broken System Off The Hook – Second Thought
We’ve all seen those “heartwarming” stories about kids with cancer selling lemonade to pay for their chemo, or janitors being gifted a car because they’ve walked ten miles to work every day for twenty years, or all the other sugar-coated dystopian failures of our capitalist system. In this episode, we’re going to talk about that.Continue reading “How Feel Good Stories Let A Broken System Off The Hook – Second Thought”
Gravitas: Omicron: Why India is preparing for a big surge – WION
India has reported its biggest surge since June 2021. The Omicron fuelled surge added 10 million new cases worldwide last week. The UK is restricting testing. Lockdown in China’s Xi’an has led to chaos. Palki Sharma brings you the 10 big developments.
China: Highest number of daily COVID cases since Wuhan outbreak – DW News
China has recorded its fourth rise in new coronavirus cases in a row. That’s despite some 13 million people already under lockdown in the country’s Shaanxi province. The spike in cases there has produced China’s highest infection rates since the pandemic’s very first outbreak in Wuhan.
Taiwan revamps military training for reserves amid China pressure
Taiwan is facing questions about whether its military reserves are capable of actual fighting in the event of a Chinese invasion. Preparing for potential military action from China is a prospect that has hung over Taiwan since its government fled to the island at the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949. There wereContinue reading “Taiwan revamps military training for reserves amid China pressure”
Gentrification Is Erasing Philly’s Black Horse Stables – VICE News
The tradition of the Black cowboy has been kept alive, often in a rather surprising place—North Philadelphia. There used to be over 40 stables in Strawberry Mansion, but just last month creeping gentrification made Fletcher Street the last stable in the city.
Let’s talk about what spears can teach us about creating change – Beau of the Fifth Column
Let’s talk about problems big and small – Beau of the Fifth Column
COVID cases push Myanmar’s healthcare to the brink – DW News
COVID-19 cases are surging in Myanmar. After six months of military rule, only forty percent of its healthcare facilities are open. But with public mistrust at near all-time highs, many are turning away from public hospitals, leaving families to fend for themselves.