Daily Archives: November 6, 2021

2021-11-06: News Headlines

teleSUR, HIM (2021-11-06). Organizaciones sociales bolivianas rechazan convocatoria a paro e intentos de desestabilización. telesurtv.net Varios gremios bolivianos han calificado la convocatoria del paro nacional indefinido como una acción ilegítima.

teleSUR, JCM (2021-11-06). Gobierno de Bolivia y víctimas de Sacaba y Senkata renuevan acuerdos. telesurtv.net El documento, que será revaluado el 25 de noviembre, comprende demandas sobre atención médica y psicológica.

Brett Wilkins (2021-11-06). Bolivian President Warns 'Carbon Colonialism' Won't Solve Climate Crisis. zcomm.org "The solution," said Luis Arce at COP26, "is to change the model of civilization and move towards an alternative model to capitalism, the concept of living well together in harmony with Mother Earth.

Yader Lanuza (2021-11-05). Nicaragua's Elections: The Reality. dissidentvoice.org The Nicaraguan elections are on November 7, 2021. The US government, the media that does its bidding, and even some self-described "leftists," present a Nicaragua in "turmoil" and "crisis" — and the elections as a farce. These attacks against the Sandinista government also emanate from academics, intellectuals, and journalists with ties to the members of …

Dana Sanchez (2021-11-05). JP Morgan: Bitcoin Could Hit $146,000 And Is Acting Like Digital Gold. moguldom.com Bitcoin, a scarce product like gold, is increasingly competing with the most popular precious metal for investors' attention as a hedge against inflation, which is running at a 13-year high in the U.S. Inflation concerns in September and October 2021 appear to have renewed investor interest in using bitcoin as an inflation hedge, JPMorgan strategist …

Victoria Valenzuela (2021-11-05). A Staggering Number of Inmates Have Died in Louisiana Prisons. scheerpost.com By Eddie Conway / | In the state of Louisiana, 786 inmates—none of whom were ever sentenced to death—died behind bars between 2015-2019 while serving out their prison sentences. Since Black people are already incarcerated at disproportionate rates, these deaths have been disproportionately among Black inmates. This information has not been publicly available until now, because no single authority in Louisiana is required to collect such data. When law professor Andrea Armstro…

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