First Look: Plant Enthusiast Hilton Carter’s New Target Designer Collection Will Make Your Spring
Here’s your first look at the brand’s limited-edition spring collaboration with the plant influencer and interior stylist, which includes chic accessories, live and faux plants.In a first-of-its-kind partnership, today Target unveiled their Hilton Carter for Target limited edition designer collection. The popular plant enthusiast, author and interior stylist was approached to collaborate on a line of chic, approachable and inspirational products for everyone from plant lovers to first-time plant parents. The line will feature more than 65 products co-created by Carter and ranging in price from $5-$130.
Here's a look at the life of Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam. © Jean-Marc Giboux/Liaison/Getty Images Louis Farrakhan answers questions posed by interviewer Daphne Barak September 15, 1997, in Chicago, IL. The controversial Farrakhan founded the reorganized Nation of Islam, which adheres to the teachings of Elijah Muhammad. (Photo by Jean-Marc Giboux/Liaison)
Birth date: May 11, 1933
Birth place: The Bronx, New York
Birth name: Louis Eugene Walcott
Father: Percival Clark
Mother: Sarah Mae (Manning) Clark
Marriage: Khadijah Farrakhan, formerly Betsy (Ross) Walcott, (September 12, 1953-present)
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Children: Mustapha, Joshua Nasir, Abnar, Louis Junior, Donna, Hanan, Maria, Fatimah and Khallada
Education: Attended Winston-Salem Teachers College, 1951-1953
Farrakhan was named for Louis Walcott, the man his mother became involved with after his biological father, Percival Clark, deserted them.
The Walcott family moved from the Bronx to the Roxbury neighborhood in Boston during the mid-1930s.
He won a track scholarship to college in North Carolina.
Farrakhan is an accomplished classical violinist who began playing at the age of 5. He is also a singer, songwriter, playwright and film producer. Farrakhan wrote two plays, "The Trial" and "Orgena." ("A Negro" spelled backward).
Farrakhan is known for having preached anti-Semitic, anti-White, anti-Catholic and anti-homosexual rhetoric.
The All-Inclusive Guide to Oat Milk vs Almond Milk
Both oat milk and almond milk are smooth, eco-friendly alternatives to cow's milk, but there are a few key distinctions between them. To save yourself from looking like the "Confused Math Lady" meme in the middle of Starbucks, read on for the differences in nutrition, taste, and environmental impacts between the two dairy alternatives. Trust, it'll help you settle your oat milk vs almond milk debate once and for all. Oat Milk vs Almond Milk Ingredients Before getting down and dirty with oat milk vs almond milk nutrition facts, here's a necessary primer on dairy alternatives.
1955 - Joins the Nation of Islam (NOI) and adopts the name Louis X.
December 4, 1964 - Condemns rival Malcolm X in the NOI newspaper, Muhammad Speaks, saying "the die is set and Malcolm shall not escape... such a man is worthy of death."
February 21, 1965 - Malcolm X is assassinated. Louis X replaces him as the national spokesman of the NOI.
Late 1960s - Takes the name Louis Abdul Farrakhan.
Late 1970s - Farrakhan has a falling out with NOI leader, Wallace Deen Muhammad, who wants to move the NOI away from racial separatist teachings to a more conventional and racially inclusive Islam. The dispute leads to the formation of two rival groups. Farrakhan becomes head of the NOI, while Muhammad becomes the head of the World Community of al-Islam.
December 1983 - Accompanies Jesse Jackson and other clergy to Syria to negotiate the release of US Navy pilot Lt. Robert O. Goodman.
1984 - Months after Jesse Jackson came under heavy fire for his off-the-record comments that were later published in the Washington Post, referring to Jews by the insulting nickname "Hymie" and New York as "Hymietown," Farrakhan, during his weekly radio broadcast, comes to Jackson's defense claiming Judaism is a "gutter religion" and supporters of Israel are criminals in the sight of God.
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With “Vax Girl Summer” looming just around the corner, I simply can’t stop myself from daydreaming of beautiful beach days ahead. The same goes for idyllic park days, perhaps even sidewalk days? Really, whichever [outdoor location] day allows me to lounge in the sun with a cold, crisp beverage perpetually glued to my hand. At this point, a fire escape, or dangling out the window, will do just fine. (Please, don’t try that last one at home.) This brings me to my next, equally important point: My die-hard desire to bask specifically in the sun rays presents a problem when it comes to maintaining a crisp climate for future frosty refreshments.
May 1, 1985 - Announces acceptance of a $5 million interest-free loan from Libyan president Moammar Gadhafi.
June 25, 1986 - Files a lawsuit against US President Ronald Reagan, Secretary of State George Schultz, Secretary of Treasury James Baker and Attorney General Edwin Meese, claiming the government's economic sanctions and travel ban on Libya violate Farrakhan's freedom to worship and freedom of speech.
June 3, 1987 - Farrakhan's lawsuit against the government is terminated after a district court judge upholds economic sanctions against Libya and prevents the repayment of the $5 million loan.
1991 - Receives first prostate cancer diagnosis.
October 16, 1995 - Organizes the Million Man March, also known as the Day of Atonement, on the Mall in Washington, DC. The event features 12 hours of speeches on the commitment of black men to take responsibility for improving themselves, their families and communities.
April 1999 - Prostate cancer reoccurrence requires emergency surgery at Howard University.
February 25, 2000 - Farrakhan makes peace with former NOI leader, Muhammad, who formed his own Islamic group in the wake of a dispute with Farrakhan on the direction of NOI. The men announce the unification of their groups during an event called the Savior's Day Rally.
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May 10, 2000 - Appears on "60 Minutes" with Malcolm X's daughter, Qubilah Bahiyah Shabazz, and says he regrets that his writing may have influenced others to assassinate Malcolm X.
October 15, 2005 - Organizes and speaks at the Million More Movement at the Mall in Washington, DC, commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March.
September 22, 2006 - Releases a letter stating he is giving up many day-to-day duties as leader of the NOI due to illness, but will remain its leader.
January 6, 2007 - Farrakhan undergoes a successful surgery to remove his prostate and cancerous colon tissue.
October 10, 2015 - Farrakhan speaks at the "Justice or Else" rally in Washington, DC, marking the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.
February 11, 2016 - Farrakhan speaks at a rally at Tehran University in Iran, marking the 37th anniversary of Iran's Islamic revolution.
May 2, 2019 - Facebook designates Farrakhan "dangerous," and bans him from its social media platforms.
Target's Summer Collection Is Filled With Linen Dresses and Rompers Under $40 .
Only linen cuts in these temps. We love Target for its uncanny ability to turn a quick trip for a lightbulb into a cart full of finds we didn't know we needed, like budget-friendly dupes for the trends we can't stop thinking about. So, while breathable linen pieces often cost hundreds of dollars, you can score dozens of comparable picks at Target for less than $50 right now. Because linen is a highly-absorbent fiber that dries faster than cotton, it's a game-changer for staying as comfortable as possible in the midst of the year's hottest season.