Daily Archives: September 12, 2023

2023-09-12: News Headlines

teleSUR, jaa, YSM (2023-09-12). Bolivia continúa con la inflación más baja de Suramérica. telesurtv.net El Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas (INE) reportó un incremento del 0,39 por ciento del índice de precios al consumidor (IPC)en el mes de agosto, comparado con julio.

teleSUR, dcdc, JDO (2023-09-11). Presidente de Bolivia insta a accionar para enfrentar sequía. telesurtv.net El mandatario indicó que el déficit hídrico tiene efectos devastadores en sectores clave como la agricultura, la ganadería y la economía de las regiones productivas.

Luis Linares Petrov (2023-09-12). Bolivian Minister calls to avoid blockades in demand for highway. plenglish.com La Paz, Sep 12 (Prensa Latina) The Minister of Development Planning of Bolivia, Sergio Cusicanqui, asked residents of the province of Santa Cruz to be patient and avoid the blockades announced in demand of a highway boycotted by the opposition Government.

Chris Hedges, Scheer Post. (2023-09-12). The Pedagogy Of Power. popularresistance.org I am standing in a classroom in a maximum security prison. It is the first class of the semester. I am facing 20 students. They have spent years, sometimes decades, incarcerated. They come from some of the poorest cities and communities in the country. Most of them are people of color. | During the next four months they will study political philosophers such as Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Hobbes, Niccolà≤ Machiavelli, Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Marx and John Locke, those often dismissed as anachronistic by the cultural left. | It is not that the criticisms leveled against these philosophers are incorrect. They wer…

greenleft.org.au (2023-09-12). Close Don Dale activist cleared of criminal charges while First Nations children remain incarcerated. greenleft.org.au

Editor (2023-09-11). 86 Cents For a Day of Work Is a Reality For Most Incarcerated People. scheerpost.com

James Kilgore (2023-09-11). "E-Carceration" Is the Newest Surveillance Trend Spreading Across the Globe. truthout.org From the shanty town favelas of Rio de Janeiro, to working-class community housing estates in New Zealand, to the battle-weary streets of Chicago's South Side, electronic monitors — digital tracking devices that monitor the location and behaviors of people facing increased surveillance by police — have become normalized. Like police cars and bodegas, they are part of the social landscape. |

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