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Adriana Glikman of B’nai Brith Canada Interviewed by Global News on Diverse Minds Creative Writing Competition

Adriana Glikman, B’nai Brith Canada’s National Program Coordinator for the Diverse Minds Writing Competition, speaks on Global News about the launch of the 2023 Competition and invites high school students from all across Canada to enter. She is joined by a 2022 competition finalist, Samuel, who speaks about the inspiration behind his submission.

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Adriana Glikman Discusses Diverse Minds Creative Writing Competition with 680 CJOB

Adriana Glikman, B’nai Brith’s National Program Coordinator for the Diverse Minds Creative Writing Competition, speaks to 680 CJOB about the competition, which teaches valuable lessons of diversity and inclusion to high school students and empowers our youth to become role models for one another.

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Welcoming Marvin Rotrand – New National Director of the League of Human Rights

For the first time in 40 years, Marvin Rotrand’s name was not on the ballot paper for Montreal’s municipal elections. The longest-serving councillor, who represented the Snowdon district for 39 years under eight different mayors, has left city politics for a new position. As National Director of B’nai Brith’s League of Human Rights, he is

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Emergency Afghan Refugee Relief Campaign Continues

TORONTO – B’nai Brith Canada and Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) are partnering with the Afghan Women’s Organization Refugee & Immigrant Service and The Neighbourhood Organization to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghan refugees. Thousands of Afghan refugees are being resettled in Canada because of the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. Many are facing difficulties, from

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People Helping People

Diandra and Jordana Etkin, two sisters from Winnipeg, Manitoba, have been volunteering for B’nai Brith in Winnipeg for over a decade. Giving their time as volunteers was a lesson that Diandra and Jordana learned early on from their family. In Jordana’s words: “volunteering is part of my identity.” The Etkin sisters’ first program as volunteers

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