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Thursday, May 25, 2017

RSN: Steven W. Thrasher | The Terror of Lynching Haunts Black Americans Again

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Steven W. Thrasher | The Terror of Lynching Haunts Black Americans Again 
Richard Collins III was stabbed and killed on the campus of the University of Maryland last week. (photo: Reuters) 
Steven W. Thrasher, Guardian UK 
Thrasher writes: "A Mississippi legislator called for lynchings on the same day that a black student was stabbed on a campus. We are facing a crisis of racism." 
US House Democrats Urge Deutsche Bank to Audit Trump Accounts Amid Russia Investigation 
Stephanie Kirchgaessner, Guardian UK 
Kirchgaessner writes: "Democrats on Capitol Hill are putting pressure on Deutsche Bank to hire an independent auditor to review private accounts held by Donald Trump and his family, in order for Congress to determine whether the US president has financial ties to Russia." 
Trump's Plans to Cut Food Stamps Could Hit His Supporters Hardest 
Caitlin Dewey and Tracy Jan, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "President Trump's anticipated cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, will likely be felt most in regions of the country with chronic high rates of unemployment - from the rural Southeast to aging manufacturing towns to Indian reservations." 
We're Seth Rich's Parents. Stop Politicizing Our Son's Murder. 
Mary Rich and Joel Rich, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "Imagine that every call that comes in is a reporter asking what you think of a series of lies or conspiracies about the death. That nightmare is what our family goes through every day." 
Immigrant Sanctuary in the Streets: How New Alliances Are Revitalizing a Past Movement 
Yana Kunichoff and Carlos Ballesteros, In These Times 
Excerpt: "A revitalized sanctuary movement is spreading to unexpected places, resisting the threats posed by Trump's presidency." 
Defiant Duterte Threatens Harsh Measures as Thousands Flee Philippines Unrest 
Romeo Ranoco, Reuters 
Ranoco writes: "Duterte said martial law would mean checkpoints and arrests and searches without warrant, and it would go on for as long as necessary." 
Pope Francis Politely Shades Trump's Climate Ignorance With a Parting Gift 
Jack Jenkins, ThinkProgress 
Jenkins writes: "Pope Francis offered Trump a none-too-subtle parting gift as he left: copies of the pontiff's published works on progressive economics, climate change, and nonviolence." 

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