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Caribbean Feminist Reflections: Liberation in a Time of Covid
Join Caribbean Solidarity Network on Monday June 1st @ 7pm for a live-stream - Caribbean Feminist Reflections: Liberation in a Time of Covid.
Featuring: Alissa Trotz, Amina Doherty, Angelique Nixon and Gabrielle Hosein
Moderated by: Kimalee Phillip
This ‘revolution’ isn’t what it looks like
We’re really witnessing a counter-revolution of the neoliberal class
International students may need to leave US if their universities transition to online-only learning
International students who are pursuing degrees in the United States will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses, Immi...
Why Mexico's president is flying commercial to see Trump
If you happen to be flying between Mexico City and Washington, DC, this week, you could be seatmates with a president.
UK Watchmaker saved family firm by taking up supermarket job during pandemic
When Covid-19 struck, some businesses had to get creative to survive
The coronavirus crisis is pushing 13 UK universities towards insolvency, study says
Social distancing measures, travel restrictions and lockdowns have tested the ability of universities to survive without students.. The institutions at higher risk of collapse a...
There are 1,510 people in Jeffrey Epstein's little black book
We have a copy of the book, uncensored. As AG William Barr is now in charge, and he is moving this investigation forward despite the pressure from Epstein's operators from one e...
Yahoo Engineer Evades Prison After Hacking 6,000 Accounts in Search of Porn
On Monday, former Yahoo engineer Reyes Daniel Ruiz was sentenced to limited house arrest and probation after violating the privacy of thousands in search of explicit images.
New York Times Publishes Democrats Economic Manifesto Calling for Reparations
The New York Times devoted its entire “Sunday Review” section this weekend to an economic manifesto that lays out a left-wing vision for redesigning the American economy in the ...
How street style changed fashion weeks, and why its future is in doubt as industry resets after the pandemic
The late photographer Bill Cunningham started a street style column documenting well-dressed fashion week show-goers in 1978 for The New York Times. Now, thanks to Instagram, se...
Struggling Austrian Airlines swaps planes for trains
Austria's flagship airline is replacing one of its flights with a more frequent train service, in order to meet the environmental criteria of its recent government bailout.
UK: ‘The police said it wasn’t rape it was rough sex’
BBC Three has spoken to young women who claim their rape cases never made it to court because of the so-called "rough sex" defence.
Mission impossible: Boris’s attempt to rewire the British government
It’s never a good sign when a government relaunches itself. Look what happened at the end of Theresa May’s time in power - there was a relaunch almost every other week, each one...
Almost 230,000 UK renters at risk of homelessness when eviction ban lifts
Hundreds of thousands across the UK could lose their homes next month when the coronavirus eviction ban ends, a charity has warned.
Coronavirus: Stocks surge globally after biggest daily rise since 2015 in China
Analysts warn that any spike in coronavirus deaths in the United States could derail the market recovery.
The growing educational apartheid
This week would normally be the time when state and private schools go their separate ways, when privately educated children go off on their holidays while the state school lot ...
UK: Churches reopen for first Sunday services in months but singing is off the cards
After places of worship were given the green light to reopen this weekend, many churches across the country today held their first Sunday Mass in months – but with a few changes.
How will London's economy look after lockdown?
Coronavirus is changing London. Some of it may be temporary, as the capital adjusts to the presence of an invisible killer, some of it will be more permanent.
Protesters In Baltimore Pulled Down A Statue Of Christopher Columbus And Threw It Into The Harbor
The statue is the latest in a list of monuments depicting enslavers and colonizers that have been torn down amid Black Lives Matter protests.
Could a US$14 billion Australian solar farm provide a fifth of Singapore’s energy?
Singapore firm Sun Cable plans to provide a fifth of the city’s energy through an undersea cable linked to a solar farm 3,800km away in Australia.. Experts – and billionaire bac...
Who’s afraid of Ghislaine Maxwell? Everyone on this list
Or more likely, who should the soon-to-“suicide” Madam Ghislaine Maxwell should be the most afraid from?
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