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HISTORY in VERSE
By Detroit's Own
WALTER L. FIELD
with forward by
DR. HARRY M. ORLINSKY
Prof. of Bible,
Hebrew Union College
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Worldwide Jewish history, in Field's rhymes,
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and Exiles, the Diaspora Communities, the
Third Commonwealth and the State of Israel.
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These are the ominous clouds Harlem, spoke out about Negro
gathering over the American anti-Semitism from sad experi-
ence (he is not a Jew). Negro
landscape these days.
church leaders, both men and
Responsible Negro • leaders women, prominent nationally
speak out against the trend. in their community, concealed
Roy Wilkins, executive director the presence of Negro anti-
of the NAACP, • looks at the Semitism — although they pre-
Black Muslim anti-Semitism, de- ferred not to talk too much
rives comfort from the fact about it in open debate, lest
that "it is safe to say that they fan flames already fizzing
Muslim anti-Semitism differs at the end of the fuse.
from the genuine article in that
Jewish organizations are say-
it is part of anti-white-ism, rath-
er than an attitude directed ing little — but doing much.
solely toward a particular What they do is to accentuate
the positive. Instead of com-
plaining about Negro anti-Sem-
U.S. District Court Judge itism, they are showing the
James B. Parsons of Chicago is Jew's devotion to the principles
cool toward the Black Muslims, of equality for all men of all
asserts that "anti-Semitism races, being among the most
among Negroes has weakened." active elements in civil rights
Wilkins is optimistic in that re- and anti-segregation, anti-dis-
gard. There is no doubt what- crimination moves. Somehow,
ever about the attitude of the this is not enough. The inflam-
majority of the more responsi- matory speeches by a Black
ble of the Negro community.
Muslim or by a man like Powell
Jackie Robinson, the former get the widest attention among
baseball player, whose voice is the Negro masses.
listened to avidly by many mil-
Efforts are being made by
lions of Negroes, disagrees with
Dr. Powell. But the volatile pas- some Negro leaders to tackle
tor will not be silenced. In an the problem. head-on. Wilkins
interview with a New York ra- is an example of such forthright
dio station he comes about as leadership. Judge Parsons is an-
close to using the word "Jew" other. Jackie Robinson is im-
as anyone could, when he at- portant. But it will require the
tacks the New York Times as a highest statesmanship on their
newspaper published by people part, and on the part of the
belonging. to a "minority" Jewish organizations, to meet
group. He goes even further— the problem, to solve the issue.
questioning whether the New
First the problem must be
York Times people attend "the identified. As both Wilkins and
synagogue." In spite of leaders Judge Parsons have pointed
like Wilkins and Robinson, Dr. out, Negro anti-Semitism starts
Powell does not let up. So, from the position of general
when he speaks only of "whites" anti-white-ism. Heaven • knows,
and mentions "synagogue," his the Negro has reason enough
people certainly know he means for bitterness. But, as one man
pointed out in Chicago, they
This correspondent felt the often attack the Jew in the
full impact of the concern about course of hitting back against
Negro anti-Semitism at the na- persecution by white, Protes-
tional Conference on Religion tant, Anglo-Saxons. Jews recog-
and Race, held in Chicago last nize that Jews, too, are vulner-
January. Rarely and only ob- able at times. A slum landlord
liquely did the issue arise open- who happens to be a Jew be-
ly. One speaker, a young, white comes, first of all, a Jew to
attorney, who had tried to ded- those whom he cheats and robs.
icate himself to the defense of It's a pity, but it's a fact. •
Importance of Local Agencies
Emphasized by Allied Jewish
Campaign Chairman Gershenson
5 - THE DE TROIT JEWISH NEWS
Negro-White Issue and the Jews