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[B]oth the holiday’s development and epidemiological reasons for its present-day decline are rooted in a settler colonial project centered on the pursuit of wealth and ecological exploitation
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Institutions with more wealth than many nations have no excuse for inaction during a pandemic
Government bailouts for the wealthy and crumbs for the masses aren’t going to save our society
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A range of views from readers
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The fix was in.
While the world was gearing up for the global climate strike last week, the years-long fight over the future ...