Dozens of McDonald’s workers in Durham, North Carolina went on strike in response to a serious COVID outbreak at the facility, as well as a refusal to provide a $15 hourly wage for all of its workers. Strikers circled the restaurant in question for hours and will continue to do so until their demands for $15 per hour and more personal protective equipment are met.
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Tens of thousands of indigenous people once again occupied Plaza Bolivar in Bogota to protest massacres perpetrated by government-backed paramilitaries that kill hundreds to thousands of people every year. About 100,000 people demonstrated again, demanding the end of funding for paramilitary forces such as the fascist Black Eagles.
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