As I have repeatedly stated, forces and resistance against white supremacy is rampant in the state of Israel, even amongst Mizrahim and other Jews of Color who face state violence and persecution from the mostly Ashkenazi and white Israeli government. Many Middle Eastern and North African Jews migrated to Israel after its establishment in 1948. From the state’s beginnings to the early 1970s, hundreds of thousands of what are now recognized as Mizrahi Jews (literally Eastern Jews in Hebrew) immigrated to Israel due to persecution or expulsion from their native lands.
Bronson, ccd. Southeast vs. Braden River, ppd. The campus of Johnson County Community College will resemble a remote territory of Japan on Saturday. The annual event offers a one day immersion in Japanese food, culture, sports and art. Five food vendors, including Nara Restaurant, will serve Japanese specialties.
‘He’s an outstanding finisher’ Lowdown on Coventry City target Conor ChaplinThe search is on to replace Sky Blues star striker Marc McNulty”Probably his best goal for Pompey was against Wycombe a couple of seasons ago when he lobbed the ball over the last defender on the angle and then headed it over the keeper from an impossible angle.”It was a magnificent goal.”Best position “As a striker alongside a bigger centre forward.”Some people think he can play as a No.10. He’s not really a wide man. He needs to be in the box to score goals.
Saturday with a start and finish at Emmaus Community Park.Run with the Dawgs in Slatington: The annual Running of the Dawgs 5K Run/Walk and 1 mile fun run will take place Saturday, June 1, at Northern Lehigh Athletic Stadium in Slatington. Proceeds benefit the Northern Lehigh Education Foundation.Pat Ytsma Ride Safe Bike Tour: The second annual Pat Ytsma Ride Safe Bike Tour will take place with 20 or 40 mile bike tours through Berks and Lehigh counties on Sunday morning, June 2. From the start/finish area at Earl Adams Memorial Park in Breinigsville.The event honors the memory of local safe cycling, follow the rules of the road enthusiast Pat Ytsma, who was killed while riding his bicycle in Bethlehem near dusk in December 2011, despite wearing highly reflective gear and lighting.
They popularized the concept of “luxury for the masses.”They found the sweet spot in the retail market where customers wanted a bit of brand cache but at a cost that was a lot less than Prada (PRDSF) and Gucci had to offer.The company went public in 2000 (as a spin off of food company Sara Lee no less) and the stock rose steadily for a few years with the introduction of products like the “Hampton bag.” Wall Street pushed for growth, and Coach responded by opening a lot of outlet stores, which diluted the luxury brand notion.It also didn’t help that competition increased from Michael Kors (KORS), Kate Spade (KATE)and Tory Burch, among others.Coach’s turnaround plan: Enter Vevers. The company is aiming for the higher end consumer again now that Vevers is Executive Creative Director.He has the track record. He was named Accessory Designer of the Year by the British Fashion Council several years ago and has worked at other brands trying to reinvent themselves such as Calvin Klein and Mulberry.Thanks to Vevers, Coach held its first New York Fashion Week show earlier this year, garnering largely positive reviews.But Wall Street is not convinced that the runway success will lead to higher sales just yet.Related: Coach is going out of fashion among investors”Some of his designs will be in full price stores in the fall.