Master of Public Policy and Administration grad student Jeremy Dias was a keynote speaker at the 10th Annual Freedom Day event on Sept. 24. The event is held to inspire more than 2,000 students to create a better tomorrow by standing up for freedom, tolerance and human rights.

The annual event is presented by Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC). It was originally created 10 years ago to commemorate the life and legacy of Holocaust survivor and human rights advocate Simon Wiesenthal and to carry on his legacy of tolerance, justice, and human rights.

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