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Canada’s first black-Jewish female party leader took on anti-Semitism — and won

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Published: 23 March 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Annamie Paul, the newly elected Green Party head, shows Jews there’s nothing to be afraid of on the far Left while vowing to expel hidden anti-Semites

Canada’s first black-Jewish female party leader took on anti-Semitism — and won (Times of Israel)
Making history on two fronts, the newly elected Green Party head Annamie Paul shows Jews there’s nothing to be afraid of on the far Left while vowing to expel hidden anti-Semites

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Photo: Annamie Paul celebrates her victory at the Green Party of Canada convention, October 3, 2020. (Brittany Gawley)

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