Did you see how many September coversBella Hadid, Yolanda Hadid’s daughter, snagged in 2017? We rest our case.With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we thought we’d pay tribute to some of the industry’s most famous model moms and the kids who have followed in their fashionable footsteps.Cindy Crawford, an original supermodel, has one of the most famous faces in fashion. She was most popular in the ’80s and ’90s, appearing in campaigns for Versace and Pepsi, but she’s still active in the industry today.Meanwhile, her 16 year old daughter, Kaia Gerber, has been carving out her own spot with magazine covers, ad campaigns and runway shows. Kaia has already built a solid foundation for a long future in fashion, just like her mom.
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Along with the new playground, the school roofs, fences, floors, asphalt, concrete, paint, walkways and storage bins will all be upgraded. Laurel Elementary, Mulberry Elementary and Orchard Dale Elementary will have similar upgrades completed this summer. Hillview Middle School, Evergreen Elementary, Ocean View Elementary and Scott Avenue Elementary will also get fresh coats of paint on their lunch shelters..
‘Mock slave auction’ by Bath school pupils and governors’ refusal to expel white boys who allegedly whipped a black boy condemned across UKMPs, anti racism groups and individuals have united to condemn the alleged incident and its handling by the school as international demonstrations are held to mark UN Anti Racism Day18:19, 17 MAR 2018Updated20:00, 18 MAR 2018MPs, anti racism groups and individuals have united to condemn the alleged incident at a Bath school Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA ‘mock slave auction’ at a Bath school and the governors’ refusal to expel three pupils over the alleged incident has been condemned across the UK.MPs, anti racism groups, parents and individuals united in their response to news of the allegations, which one MP labelled an example of “vicious, nasty prejudice”.Police are still investigating an incident that took place on school grounds at lunchtime. The Bath Chronicle understands at least seven white teenagers chained up and whipped a black classmate, calling him extreme racist names harking back to the slave trade era.The board of governors at the school, which cannot be named for legal reasons, overturned the headteacher’s decision to expel three of the boys and all seven were allowed to return after a short suspension, it has emerged.The school and its governors have yet to answer further questions put to them by the Chronicle last week.Meanwhile, there is growing condemnation of the alleged incident on social media as news of the allegations spreads and international demonstrations are held to mark UN Anti Racism Day (Saturday, March 17).A Bath parent has said: “Someone has to be held accountable for it. Someone has to say sorry”.Bath’s MP has said the news has “shaken our city’s community to the core”.And now, a London MP has called the allegations a demonstration of “vicious, nasty prejudice”.The public has expressed its anguish at ‘growing racism’ in the UK.Protestors have called for an anti racist curriculum in schools.A professor has called for “equality training” for the parents, school and governors involved.The school has been accused of continuing to “fail to communicate” with parents over the alleged incidentThe council has said it is making “safeguarding enquiries”.Labour MP calls out ‘vicious, nasty prejudice’ Labour MP for Tottenham David Lammy described the alleged incident as “vicious, nasty prejudice”, saying he had hoped such attitudes had “died out in the UK by the mid 1980s”.The campaigning MP, who has spoken out against racial inequality and youth violence, tweeted: “[Such] disgusting behaviour is fuelled by the toxic culture of a newly reborn hard right exceptionalism, xenophobia and glorifying of Britain’s imperial and colonial past.”Anguish at ‘growing racism’ in the UK Some Twitter users tried to make sense of the allegations, with some sadly observed a growing racism and ‘us and them’ culture in the UK.Some blamed right wing Conservative elements of UK society and Brexit, saying they have awakened “the sleeping racist in British culture”..