Hong Kong Protest Withdraws From Airport, but Situation Remains far From Normal

Hong Kong Protest Withdraws From Airport, but Situation Remains far From Normal The mostly leaderless movement for Hong Kong’s democratization withdrew from the airport, allowing flights to resume, but the situation remains unresolved as long as protesters and government fail to come to an agreement on reforms. We speak to Sean Starrs in Hong Kong Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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Immigrants Welcome to the US as Long as They Are White and Wealthy

Immigrants Welcome to the US as Long as They Are White and Wealthy The Trump’s administration’s Kenneth Cuccinelli rewrites Emma Lazarus’s words on the Statue of Liberty, telling the poor and oppressed they’re no longer welcome. This comes right after Trump proposes to limit legal migration to the US. We speak to Michael Paarlberg of IPS Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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Federal Judge Continues Chelsea Manning’s Confinement and $1000 a Day Fine

Federal Judge Continues Chelsea Manning’s Confinement and $1000 a Day Fine Manning could be jailed for another 400 days and owe $144,00 because of an unprecedented decision by Bush-Appointed Judge Tenga. Kevin Gosztola discusses the latest development Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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What Can We Learn From the History of Struggle Against White Supremacy?

What Can We Learn From the History of Struggle Against White Supremacy? White supremacy has a very long history in North America. We discuss its origins and the history of struggle against it with Prof. Gerald Horne, to see what we can be learnt for confronting white supremacy today Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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Israel’s Flagship Lobby Organization Collapses

Israel’s Flagship Lobby Organization Collapses Richard Silverstein discusses the fall of The Israel Project (TIP), the best-funded organization promoting pro-Israeli propaganda in the United States and around the world. Why did TIP collapse and what does this mean for organizing around Palestinian rights? Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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Student Debt Reform, or Student Debt Forgiveness? What The Candidates’ Plans Mean

Student Debt Reform, or Student Debt Forgiveness? What The Candidates’ Plans Mean Students leaving college with their hard-earned degrees also have a significant and growing amount of debt. Which Democratic candidate’s plan is the most effective at addressing this growing problem? Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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