Tag: acts

  • Complaint alleges Berkeley public schools allowed antisemitic acts

    Complaint alleges Berkeley public schools allowed antisemitic acts

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    The week after Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel, Ilana Pearlman asked her 14-year-old son, Ezra, a ninth-grader at Berkeley High School who is Black and Jewish, if he felt safe. “Oh, yeah, I’ll be fine,” he told her. “I’m Black.” Pearlman, a 38-year-old midwife, wanted to cry. She moved to Berkeley thinking it would…

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  • Balancing Acts with Kymber Lovett-Menkiti

    Balancing Acts with Kymber Lovett-Menkiti

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    In episode 4 of The Millionaire Real Estate Agent Podcast, we had the pleasure of diving into the extraordinary life and journey of a remarkable entrepreneur and mother of four boys, Kymber Lovett-Menkiti. From a background in social work to owning 11 successful businesses, her story is a testament to the power of determination, vision,…

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  • Balancing Acts with Kymber Lovett-Menkiti

    Balancing Acts with Kymber Lovett-Menkiti

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    In episode 4 of The Millionaire Real Estate Agent Podcast, we had the pleasure of diving into the extraordinary life and journey of a remarkable entrepreneur and mother of four boys, Kymber Lovett-Menkiti. From a background in social work to owning 11 successful businesses, her story is a testament to the power of determination, vision,…

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  • Texas AG Ken Paxton’s Affair Explains Illegal Acts, Former Aide Testifies

    Texas AG Ken Paxton’s Affair Explains Illegal Acts, Former Aide Testifies

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    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — An extramarital affair Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton had with a donor’s employee helped connect the dots about why the Republican was using his power in ways that are now at the center of his impeachment trial on accusations of corruption, a former top aide testified Wednesday. “It answered that ‘why’…

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  • Mirren acts through a mask in bad Meir film

    Mirren acts through a mask in bad Meir film

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    When the movie “Golda” was first announced, it sounded like surefire Oscar gold.  An embattled historical figure, Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, was to be played by Helen Mirren, the celebrated British actress who won an Academy Award for portraying Queen Elizabeth II at one of the monarch’s lowest moments in life.  movie review Running…

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  • Lawsuit filed against Twitter, Saudi Arabia; claims acts of transnational repression committed

    Lawsuit filed against Twitter, Saudi Arabia; claims acts of transnational repression committed

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    A humanitarian aid worker who used an anonymous Twitter account to mock Saudi Arabia about its economy has filed a federal racketeering lawsuit against the social media platform, the kingdom and a number of individuals alleging an attempt to silence critics overseas. Abdulrahman al-Sadhan, was working for the Red Crescent in Riyadh in 2018 when…

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