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November 28, 2014.

Social Justice Shabbat – Azor Taazor Lo: The Challenges Facing Native Canadians and Our Jewish Responsibility to Help.

Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Holy Blossom Temple
For who: Young Professionals (22-39)

What can we do to support First Nations individuals in our community?

As Canadian Jews and young professionals, we are aware of our obligation to assist others in society. Come join us for davening, dinner, and a panel discussion. Our panel will be a conversation with Native Canadians and activists illustrating the challenges facing the Aboriginal community and hopes for the future.

Price: $25, including a kosher chicken dinner.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. To RSVP late please email [email protected].

Co-sponsored by:

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  • Jordan Helfman
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    We will make sure there is a real vegetarian meal. Annex Shul is taking care of the catering details.

  • Leanne Gruszecki
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    Hi, I am interested in attending the dinner on November 28. Could you please advise if there will be a meal option available for vegetarians. I find these dinners only offer veggies and rice as an alternative.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.

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