From Beauty To Jewelry: Doe Deere’s New Line of Fine Jewelry

Doe Deere, a prominent entrepreneur who founded Lime Crime cosmetics, is back in the news again and for good reason. This woman has epitomized the term reinvention to the highest degree. Deere has already solidified her place in the beauty industry thanks to her use of exotic colors, but she’s now venturing into jewelry making. Of course, this phenomenal woman has done all of the necessary research before tackling this subject, but she wasn’t 100 percent sure of going this route. Deere accidentally came across her family’s heirlooms. This jewelry would spark her level of interest to the fullest. Jewelry from the Victorian era was big in Deere’s family legacy so she has purposely decided to expand on this legacy.

Poppy Angeloff is the name of the latest company, and it was inspired by a girl who wore the finest of jewels. Poppy Angeloff will utilize fine ingredients such as gold and sterling silver. This material is very high in quality, and it will be blended with her signature hues of color. “Yes, we use all of the pieces in an ethical manner,” said Deere. The company’s jewelry boxes are created from vegan velvets. Consumers will be able to rock their favorite rocks guilt-free. Being cruelty-free has always played a major role in what Deere has brought to the table. She doesn’t support the slaughtering of animals in any way, which has garnered her plenty of respect.

Poppy Angeloff is basically an extension of Lime Crime to some degree even though Deere has left the cosmetics scene. She and her husband sold the company for an undisclosed amount and are searching for greener pastures. As of 2019, Poppy Angeloff has the potential to become a game changer in jewelry making because the brand is offering something that’s completely different from the norm.

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Adam Milstein and The Challenging Times of Jews in American Universities

Adam Milstein is passionate about Jewish communities and the issues they face in the United States and in other parts of the world. Being the Israeli American Council writer for Jewish News Syndicate, Adam Milstein has built a reputation for giving a keen and comprehensive analysis of the problems that Jews face in the United States today. The issues they encounter are countless, but the most controversial today is the level of antisemitism that sweeps across American universities.

One of the most striking observations of antisemitism of Adam Milstein is the one about the different resolutions calling out for a boycott of the Jewish state of Israel. Such movement has spread around 15 student governments and are also now being considered by 15 other schools.

In UCLA even, there’s now a student government that passed the boycott resolution against Israel by a substantial wide margin. There was also a Jewish student that was almost prevented from joining in school government affairs just because she showed support to Israel. This is not the end of such antisemitism. More is coming, as evidenced by the growth of protests against any mobility in the Jewish groups in universities.

Fortunately, Adam Milstein has found an ally in his advocacy to fight these hate groups. With the help of American Jewry, it is now easier for those oppressed Jews to gain a footing in the impending struggles between Palestine and Israel supporters. It is also in the observation of Adam Milstein’s article at JNS that these hate groups may have been fuelled and funded by Palestinian Authority leadership and a Muslim Brotherhood. He even conjectured that it might be funded by Hamas, which is an internationally recognized terrorist group in the world that pushed for more attacks on Israel and the groups that support the Jewish state.

About Adam Milstein

Mr. Milstein buit an outstanding reputation as a Managing Partner at Hager Pacific Properties. His leadership in the firm sets as an example on how to excel in corporate affairs without forgetting about the issues surrounding us. He is now also an esteemed activist fighting for Israel’s Jews.

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