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· AOC slams Bill de Blasio for 'unacceptable' comments after mayor says police showed 'tremendous restraint' amid protests →
The progressive freshman Democrat issued a statement criticising the mayor’s comments after videos posted online Saturday showed NYPD vehicles driving through a crowd of demonstrators taking part in the nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd.
· George Floyd couldn't breathe. We protest because now all of Black America can't either. →
Al Sharpton has held such notable positions as youth director of New York's Operation Breadbasket, director of ministers for the National Rainbow Push coalition and founder of his own broad-based progressive civil rights organization, the National Action Network.
· US hurtles towards election on wave of anger and death →
Until last week, progressive protest movements in the United States had shifted their focus to how best to protect the vulnerable and to ride out the pandemic.
· This way for Bums and Tums! The discreet charm of the village hall →
He says his intention is to “reframe our rural landscapes as inspiring, progressive environments” and sums up his position as “anti bucolic/pro rural”.
The China Post
· Pope: Pull together, avoid pessimism in this coronavirus era →
“The world sees conservatives and progressives” but instead all are “children of God,” he said, telling the faithful to focus on what unites them.
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus hasn’t killed the global balance of power →
The international system created at Versailles was, at the time of its founding, the most progressive ever designed.
The New York Times
· Black Americans Have a Message for Democrats: Not Being Trump Is Not Enough →
Progressive black leaders are extremely critical of Mr. Trump, as are many black voters.
· Tips and race-by-race preview for Dubbo on Monday →
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Hong Kong Free Press
· Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen meets Hong Kong’s dissident bookseller, promising support for protesters →
Last year over 5,000 Hong Kongers moved to Taiwan, up 41 percent from a year earlier, some of them fleeing prosecution over the protests or seeking a new life in one of Asia’s most progressive democracies.