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Factories

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Across the globe, there are hundreds of thousands of factories producing all kinds of things. Some of them are dirty and dull — but others are a whole lot of fun. Take a look at these fascinating factories we found for you.

 

FYI – Trade Unions

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

In most developed countries, workers have someone to stand up for their rights — trade or labor unions. But it wasn’t always like that — and in some places, even today, workers have no one to fight for their rights…

 

Picture Perfect

Bracha Rosman

“A petting zoo is a great idea,” I said to Chaim. Chaim puffed out his chest. “I know.” “So will you help me organize one?” Chaim’s chest quickly deflated. “Nope.”

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