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April 29, 1960 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-29

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A great actress, who emerged
as a brilliant interpreter of the
ideal of brotherhood among all
faiths and races, delighted and
inspired a large Detroit audi-
ence that filled the Fort Shelby
Hotel ballroom last Friday at
the concluding event of the
1960 Brotherhood Month activ-
ities, conducted here by the
Detroit Round Table.
Cornelia Otis Skinner, na-
tional chairman of Brotherhood
Week for 1960, sponsored by

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the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, parent or-
ganizat•on of the Round Table,
made a thrilling appeal for an
unending fight on prejudice.
She called bigotry "a sin
against democracy" and de-
clared that the efforts of the
inter-faith movement in which
she is playing an important role
are "in the name of intelligence
and plain common sense."
Miss Skinner condemned

"the absurdities of manifesta-

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tions of prejudice," whether
it is anti-Semitism, anti-Ca-
tholicism or anti-Negroism,
whether it develops into a
Buchenwald or anywhere else
where bigotry is practiced.

She advocated that much
more should be done to advance
the ideal of good will and broth-
erhood—through the arts—and
by making it a year-round pro-
gram.
The great actress, emerging
as an able public speaker,

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charmed her audience with her
'numerous stories that illustrated
the fallacy and indecency of
prejudices.
Alfred May, president of the
Detroit Round Table, presided.
Fr. Leo J. Trese, co-chairman
of the DRT religious organiza-
tions committee, gave the in-
vocation. Dr. Robert M. Frehse,
DRT executive director, greeted
the guests.
Miss Mary V. Beck, presi-

dent of the Detroit Common

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Council, welcomed Miss Skin-
ner in behalf of the City of
Detroit and presented her
with a key to the city.

C. Allen Harlan, 1960 Mich-
igan Brotherhood chairman, in-
troduced Miss Skinner. The
1960 Michigan Brotherhood
team was seated on the dais.

Don Frohman Chorus
Mumford High, May 15

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