Bags filled with food, delivered to senior citizens in honor of the Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashana, are seen outside the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in Miami, Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017. Rosh Hashana will be celebrated on Sept. 20 and marks the Jewish New Year.
Bags filled with food, delivered to senior citizens in honor of the Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashana, are seen outside the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in Miami, Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017. Rosh Hashana will be celebrated on Sept. 20 and marks the Jewish New Year. Zak Bennett Miami Herald/AP
Bags filled with food, delivered to senior citizens in honor of the Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashana, are seen outside the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in Miami, Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017. Rosh Hashana will be celebrated on Sept. 20 and marks the Jewish New Year. Zak Bennett Miami Herald/AP

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