Foe of Anti-semitism Elected Head of Canadian Labor Congress
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Foe of Anti-semitism Elected Head of Canadian Labor Congress

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Claude Jodo in of Montreal, a leading figure in this country in the fight against anti-Semitism and racial discrimination, has been elected president of the 600,000-strong Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. Mr. Jodo in has been chairman of the Congress’ standing committee on racial discrimination for a number of years. He has frequently appeared at Histadrut gatherings.

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