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Assassinations, terror attacks and even castration the hidden actions of Israel’s pre-state militia – Haaretz

| June 14, 2020

The memory of what was done in Lubya, like the memory of all the other abominable acts that preceded it, will forever disgrace its destructive perpetrators. These scathing words were published in the Labor movement daily Davar 81 years ago.

‘Woke’ fashion brands face backlash for not practising what they preach – The Guardian

| June 14, 2020

Fashions facades are crumbling. In the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, the progressive images of many brands, shops and influencers are being stripped away to reveal what are in some cases toxic internal practices

Diverse online offerings to watch this weekend – DC Metro Theater Arts

| June 12, 2020

Even though its remote, you can still keep your connection to the theater strong with a diverse selection of virtual offerings this weekend.

Despite the pandemic, there’s a lot of shakin’ going on in Canterbury – Concord Monitor

| June 12, 2020

Less than a month after Leslie Nolan was named executive director of Canterbury Shaker Village, the world changed. That meant Nolan had fallen into that unique, scary category, the one that forced new bosses brand new bosses to change strategy on the fly as the pandemic began moving.

The 45 Best Things to Do in Seattle This Weekend: June 11-14, 2020 – TheStranger.com

| June 12, 2020

This Friday (June 12), Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County is encouraging you to take the day off, if you can, to familiarize yourself with elected officials and to educate yourself on systemic racism in America. Whether that means participating in the Silent March at Judkins Park or taking action from home by donating to antiracist causes, there's tons of ways to show up for your local black and brown communities. Read on for this weekend's BLM-focused protests and demonstrations, virtual events amplifying black voices, and other happenings (like the Seattle International Dance Festival and a Pride Flag-Raising Ceremony in White Center).

Why Netanyahu may be relieved if annexation plan is scaled back – Arab News

| June 12, 2020

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trapped in a labyrinth of his own making. He still sees a historic opportunity that cant be missed to go ahead with his plan to do something that no previous premier has dared: To annex territories in the West Bank. The opportunity being the fact that US President Donald Trumps proposed peace plan allows him to annex major chunks of Palestinian land, including the Jordan Valley.

Jewish Future Pledge calls on Jews to allocate half of their estate to charity – Cleveland Jewish News

| June 10, 2020

A newly launched nonprofit is calling on worldwide Jewish donors, young and old, to allocate at least half of their charitable dollars transferred at death to Jewish and Israel-related causes. Philanthropist and entrepreneur Michael Leven and longtime Jewish executive AmyHoltz launched the Jewish Future Pledge (JFP) initiative in May, during Jewish Heritage Month, with the aim of securing a vibrant Jewish future and inspiring the next generation of Jews to help support it.

Finding my Kaddish voice | Shira Pasternak Be’eri | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| June 10, 2020

I shed many tears during my year of saying Kaddish.

Conspiracy theories and racist memes: How a dozen Texas GOP county chairs caused turmoil within the party – Longview News-Journal

| June 8, 2020

One Facebook post falsely claimed the killing of George Floyd in police custody last month was a staged event, meant to rile up opposition to President Donald Trump. Another showed a quote from Martin Luther King Jr. next to a banana an established racist trope

Americas Identity Crisis Has Revealed Its Injustice To The World – Forbes

| June 6, 2020

NEW YORK CITY - OCTOBER 24 2015: More than one thousand activists marched on behalf of the families ...


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