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"I didn't understand anything about this party": after the celebration of Hanukkah at the Élysée, high school students baffled

2023-12-08T20:47:17.524Z

Highlights: High school students in Saint-Denis take part in a podcast on secularism. The 2004 law on religious symbols in public schools is a daily reality for them. They know a thing or two about it, and some of them took part in the podcast last year, "Tenue laïque demandee" (for Arte Radio) with their history and geography teachers. "I didn't understand anything about this party": after the celebration of Hanukkah at the Élysée, high school students baffled.


At the Lycée Paul-Éluard in Saint-Denis, where students took part in a podcast on secularism last year, many shared this desire to sell


In a frilly of multicolored scarves and scarves, a group of teenage girls aged between 14 and 17 crowd in front of small mirrors at the entrance to the Paul-Éluard high school in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis). It's just past noon and many of them leave the establishment, hiding their hair.

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Here, secularism and the 2004 law on religious symbols in public schools are a daily reality. They know a thing or two about it, these young people who are taking courses on the subject and some of them took part in a podcast last year, "Tenue laïque demandee" (for Arte Radio) with their history and geography teachers.

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Source: leparis

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