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Hanukkah in Chicago
Alex Treyger
My second thought was how important our freedom is to our collective self confidence and individual self image. We need to continue, as individuals and as a community, to stand up for human rights and the freedoms we enjoy. I went home and Googled the Mitzvah Tank and Hanukkah procession and want to share with you one of the underlying messages they hope to convey: We hope this procession expresses a far-reaching, universal statement of tolerance, togetherness and unity."
 
Shabbat Shalom and Chag Oorim Sameach,
 
Ms. J (Judy)