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Workers hold protests and strikes on global day of action to “Make Amazon Pay”

Workers in different parts of the world took to the streets on the 4th global day of action to “Make Amazon Pay” to protest the corporation’s anti-worker policies, its role in fueling the climate crisis, and its complicity in the Israeli occupation of Palestine

Assembly of the Peoples of the Earth for the Amazon: movements launch collective letter with demands for heads of state

The document calls for concrete actions for the recovery of the Amazon biome and land titling for Indigenous and quilombola communities

Teamsters win their agreement: Why is it historic and what’s next?

After scaring the capitalist class with a 350,000-worker strike threat, Teamsters have already pivoted to organizing Amazon workers

Twitter vs Meta Clash of Twitter Vs Meta’s Threads: Zuckerberg and Musk fight over digital real estate

Twitter vs Threads is interesting because until now, the digital monopolies had carved out their exclusive spaces, which had some overlaps, particularly in technology and infrastructure, but not in the primary “product” they were selling to the people. Threads marks the first major change in this trend an instance of direct competition

The Startup bubble: How it works | With Aunindyo Chakravarty

Senior journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty analyzes the tech startup bubble and explains how these start-ups raise money, and why it the sector remains one of the last avenues for finance capital to engage in speculation

“Brazil is back”: Lula’s speech at COP27

“Brazil is back. Brazil is coming out of that cocoon to which it has been subjected to for the last four years,” Lula stated. 

Colombia-Venezuela flights resume Colombia and Venezuela resume flights after over two years of suspension

The reactivation of flights between the two countries marks an important step in the resumption of relations and will have immediate impacts on the citizens of both countries

Nicolás Maduro at COP27: “There is a connection between the environmental crisis and global poverty”

In his address to COP27, the Venezuelan president highlighted that capitalism was responsible for the environmental crisis and urged the body to move forward with climate financing

Colombian and Venezuelan presidents agree to consolidate bilateral relations

Gustavo Petro and Nicolás Maduro agreed to establish a new joint-cooperation strategy based on the principles of brotherhood, solidarity, and complementarity that make the relationship between Colombia and Venezuela more effective

No tech for apartheid A movement to expose role of big tech companies in promoting Israeli occupation and apartheid

Hundreds of tech employees have been protesting against Google and Amazon signing a deal with the Israeli government to develop artificial intelligence tools under the so-called Nimbus project which will be used to trace and control Palestinian movements

Hundreds of Amazon workers in the US went on strike after a warehouse fire

Staten Island Amazon workers stand up to industry giant regarding safety hazards, citing a string of workplace-related deaths

Daily Round-up | UN appeals for aid for flooded Pakistan & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the Pakistan floods, the rescue of migrants from the Mediterranean, concerns over the health of a Palestinian prisoner, and a walkout from tech companies over their ties with Israel