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The Link Up: The First New Shirt Emily Bought In 4 Months, Jess's PERFECT Denim Jacket, and The Best At-Home Matcha Latte - Emily Henderson
Posted on: March 28, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

The Link Up: The First New Shirt Emily Bought In 4 Months, Jess’s PERFECT Denim Jacket, and The Best At-Home Matcha Latte – Emily Henderson

HI and WELCOME! Sorry to yell at your first thing in the morning (or whenever you’re reading this) but we just wanted to greet you with a big, warm, internet hug. We’re happy you’re here. Now let’s talk links this week: This week’s home tour was found via Sight Unseen (one of our favorites) and is a feature on Parisian designers, Hauvette & Madani. They go through 6 of their…

Cultural appropriation is real; Kim Kardashian literally stole ass – The Other Press
Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

Cultural appropriation is real; Kim Kardashian literally stole ass – The Other Press

Illustration by CJ Sommerfeld War of the words: Cultural AppropriationBy Matthew Fraser, Opinions Editor The idea of white women avoiding having large butts was so pervasive that in 2003 Ludacris joked that he was “the new phenomenon, like white women with ass.” For what must be the 100th time, Bruno Mars has been accused of cultural appropriation. The first time came in 2018 at the hands of one Seren Sensei,…

The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week
Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week

The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant and succinct wit. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious musings of 280 characters or fewer. Scroll through this week’s great tweets from women below. Then visit our “Funniest Tweets From Women” page for past roundups. Source link

A Deadly Day in Myanmar’s Bloody Coup – Mother Jones
Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

A Deadly Day in Myanmar’s Bloody Coup – Mother Jones

Mourners carry the coffin of Tin Hla, 43, who was shot dead by security forces during a protest against the military coup in Thanlyin township, outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar on March 27, 2021.Myat Thu Kyaw/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters. More than 90 people were reportedly killed…

My Asian American Experience - Designer/Therapist, Anita Yokota, Talks About Her Life And Resources To Start Creating Change - Emily Henderson
Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

My Asian American Experience – Designer/Therapist, Anita Yokota, Talks About Her Life And Resources To Start Creating Change – Emily Henderson

“Where are you really from?“ “Wow! You speak such fluent English.“ “So, what’s your real name?“ I’ve been asked these questions all my life. Last week’s news about the murder of six Asian women by a mass shooter in Atlanta has really shaken me to the core. The gunman had targeted Asian spas, killing eight innocent people. When I first heard, I immediately called my partner Travis, then my mom.…

CARREFOUR REINFORCES ITS LEADING POSITIONIN BRAZIL WITH THE ACQUISITIONOF GRUPO BIG – International Supermarket News
Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

CARREFOUR REINFORCES ITS LEADING POSITIONIN BRAZIL WITH THE ACQUISITIONOF GRUPO BIG – International Supermarket News

Share0 Grupo Carrefour Brasil (“Carrefour Brazil”) has entered into an agreement with Advent International and Walmart for the acquisition of Grupo BIG Brasil SA (“Grupo BIG”), Brazil’s third-biggest food retailer. This acquisition strengthens Carrefour Brazil’s presence in this high growth potential market. It will allow it to offer Brazilian consumers a broader range of products and services at more competitive prices. The transaction values Grupo BIG at an enterprise value…

Basketball Coach Slams NCAA's Treatment Of Women In Brutal Thank-You Note
Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

Basketball Coach Slams NCAA’s Treatment Of Women In Brutal Thank-You Note

Georgia Tech women’s basketball coach Nell Fortner has just penned a thank-you note to the NCAA, but she probably doesn’t expect the organization to respond by saying “you’re welcome.” That’s because Fortner’s note is a brutal takedown of the way the organization handled its women’s basketball tournament, especially how it treated the players as “an afterthought.” Fortner’s note, posted on Twitter Tuesday morning, took no prisoners:  “Thank you for using…

Why militant veganism does not work – The Other Press
Posted on: March 26, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

Why militant veganism does not work – The Other Press

Illustration by Janis McMath Vegans should be more understanding that not everyone can become veganBy Alexis Zygan, Staff Writer For folks who struggle with eating disorders, the heavy restrictions of a vegan diet can also result in triggering their disordered eating. Aligning actions with core values and passion is vital when persuading someone to change their lifestyle. Militant vegans take their passion for activism to the extreme with aggressive tactics…

The Farmhouse Second Floor Plan (It's So Much Easier Than The 1st...Hopefully). - Emily Henderson
Posted on: March 26, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

The Farmhouse Second Floor Plan (It’s So Much Easier Than The 1st…Hopefully). – Emily Henderson

The first floor floorplan was a DOOZY, for us and for you. Thanks to a lot of your input Arciform, Brian and I have actually done some pretty substantial changes that Brian will be writing about (we agreed with many but not all of the ideas). But for now, the much easier floor is todays subject – the original bedroom floor and where we are hoping to just work with…

John Roberts Said “Things Have Changed Dramatically” in the South. Georgia Shows Why He’s Wrong. – Mother Jones
Posted on: March 26, 2021 Posted by: •Honey Cloud• Comments: 0

John Roberts Said “Things Have Changed Dramatically” in the South. Georgia Shows Why He’s Wrong. – Mother Jones

Matt Rourke/AP Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters. “Things have changed dramatically” in the South, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in 2013 when he authored the majority opinion gutting the Voting Rights Act, ruling that states with a long history of discrimination no longer needed to have changes to their voting procedures…