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Sunday, July 2, 2017

RSN: Jeffrey Sterling | What Does It Mean to Be Black in America?

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Jeffrey Sterling | What Does It Mean to Be Black in America? 
Jeffrey Sterling. (photo: AP)
Jeffrey Sterling, Reader Supported News
Sterling writes: "Time and again, the quest for knowing what it meant to be black in America provided unfortunate revelations, which became more evident when I was in school."
CBO Latest Estimate: Trumpcare Would Cost 32 Million Coverage
Tami Luhby, CNN Money
Luhby writes: "Republican senators are skittish enough that their health care bill would leave 22 million people more without health insurance by 2026, compared to Obamacare."
Ken Burns Returns to Take on Vietnam - 'a War We Have Consciously Ignored'
David Smith, Guardian UK
Smith writes: "Divergent opinions over the polished black granite memorial - which lists, chronologically, the names of more than 58,000 Americans who died in the war, from John H Anderson Jr to Jessie C Alba - are peculiarly apt for the Vietnam war itself, a politically and socially polarising episode that shattered the myth of American invincibility."
Victory for Workers: Minneapolis Becomes the First City in the Mid West to Pass $15 Minimum Wage
Emma Nelson, The Star Tribune
Nelson writes: "The move, years in the making and not fully phased in until 2024, will affect hundreds of businesses and thousands of workers across the city."
When Muslims Are the Victims, We Refuse to Call It Terrorism
Sufyan Ismail, Independent
Ismail writes: "The lack of reporting is not the only problem; a dual reluctance to brand attacks against Muslims as 'terrorism', while attacks by white men are reported as anything but terror, just smacks of sheer media double-standards in the eyes of British Muslims."
How Vast Amounts of Land Have Been Stolen From African Americans
Excerpt: "During that century, so often touted as being a groundbreaking Black civil rights movement, some 600,000 Black farmers were forced off their lands."
Oil Companies Are Just Not That Into Keystone XL
Excerpt: "The pipeline's operator, TransCanada, is struggling to track down oil producers and refiners who want to invest in transporting crude oil from Canada to the United States."

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