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Donuts, dreidels and festive delights: our Chanukah responsibilities surrounding Human Rights

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 Where are your Chanukah treats coming from this year?

As Jewish students, we have a duty to acknowledge modern slavery and work on diminishing it. The slavery of our ancestors and the privileged position we are now in mean we must not stand and allow individuals to be oppressed for our benefit.  

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