Cuban medical brigades have treated more than 100,000 COVID-19 patients worldwide Professionals of 34 Cuban medical brigades, who joined those who provide services in 59 countries, have so far treated 109,211 patients with COVID-19, Bruno Rodriguez, Cuba's foreign minister, reported today. In a context where the pandemic threatens everyone equally, solidarity and humanism save lives, … Continue reading Cuba’s Gift
Ancestress Ancestress (AKA Teila Watson) shares her thoughts on democracy in Australia. When we think about science and what gives us life, we don’t often think of up in the sky or out in space, where there’s no trees to give us air, no water to drink, no earth to belong to. And yet within … Continue reading Is democracy obsolete in so called australia?
WBT posts this message from a local correspondent from the Catholic Worker Community. Please note our previous stories on this topic in the relevant articles boxes below. -Ed. __oOo__ “They tell me patriotism is the last refuge to which a scoundrel clings.Steal a little and they throw you in jail.Steal a lot and they make … Continue reading Watch Bernard Collaery, Witness K and the trial the media can’t cover
"For those who’ve come across the seas we’ve boundless plains to share " - Ali Kadri, spokesperson for Islamic Council, sent by his father to Australia after the 2002 Gujarat riots. He was speaking in Pineapple Hotel Park on 21 June 2020. “Dutton wants to silence and hide his cruel policy of vendetta against refugees” … Continue reading Exile on Main Street – changing of the guard