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April 05, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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THE DETROIT—JEWISHNEVV
Rabinical Council's Guide Asks Rabbis in Work With Colle°e
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26—Friday, April 5, 1968

NEW YORK — A series of pro-
posals aimed at bridging the gap
between increasing numbers of
alienated Jewish college youth and
their synagogue and home environ-
ment were recommended to Re-
form rabbis by the youth commit-
tee of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
A special book, "Working With

College Students—a Handbook for
Rabbis," prepared by the CCAR
group, analyzes the causes and
conditions leading to the rebellion
of youngsters on the college cam-
pus against the religious estab-
lishment and Jewish values, con-
sidered by many youngsters to-
day "irrelevant" to the problems
of everyday life.

Equal Opportunity Employers Named
in First National Listing of Its Kind

CHICAGO — The first national
directory of 3,931 business firms
committed to equal opportunity in
all aspects of employment has been
published here by Project Equality.
It will be used by more than
7,000 churches, synagogues and re-
ligious institutions participating in
the interfaith fair employment
drive that will give preference to
the listed firms in all purchases
of goods and services.
PE offices in five cities, includ-
ing Detroit, are publishing local
buyers' guides as well.
The national guide is a com-
pilation of 976 national and 2,955
local or regional firms doing
business with religious institu-
tions. They include 40 of the top
500 U.S. corporations and range
down to small neighborhood bus-
inesses.
Listing in the buyers' guide
means a firm has signed a pledge
to hire and promote without dis-
crimination, has filed a report
form with PE detailing the num-
ber of its minority-group em-
broken clown by job
ployes
classification — and has pledged
to take further affirmative actions.
The names of firms listed in the
buyers' guides are available only
to religious groups participating in
the program. -
Rev. George A. Fleischer, chair-



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man of PE of Michigan, said 1,097
local suppliers joined the 976 na-
tional firms in the state guide.
Some 2,500 churches, synagogues
and institutions represented by 12
religious bodies of all faiths will
receive the guide. An additional
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forms. Of these, 150 also filled out
statistical reports but sent them
in after the printer's deadline.

4 Student Rabbis

to Work in Slums

NEW YORK (JTA) — At least
four Reform student rabbis will
live and work in the slums of major
cities this summer in the second
year of the rabbinic internship
in urban affairs program. Rabbi
Balfour Brickner reported.
The project is sponsored by the
commission on interfaith activities
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, and
the Jewish Chautauqua Society,
all institutions of Reform Judaism.
The Protestant and Catholic
churches have sponsored such ac-
tivities widely for several years,
but the Reform program is the first
under Jewish religious sponsorship,
according to Rabbi Brickner, di-
rector of the commission. He ex-
plained that efforts were continu-
ing to arrange for more such
placements for student rabbis this
summer.
The rabbinic intern works with
Protestant and Catholic urban min-
isters to study at first hand the
problems of the urban poor; to pro-
vide help in specific anti-poverty
efforts, to probe the tensions be-
tween whites and Negroes, evalu-
ate the response of public and pri-
vate agencies to the problems of
the inner cities and examine the
attitudes of the Jewish community
toward the urban crisis. He also
is expected to make proposals on
action programs the Jewish com-
munity might undertake for the
urban poor, Rabbi Brickner said.
In each instance. the internship
is under sponsorship of the local
Reform congregations, or, as in
St. Louis, under sponsorship of
the SL Louis Federation of Reform
Congregations. The other cities for
this summer are Washington, Chi-
cago and Milwaukee. The student
rabbi reports to the local commu-
nity relations council executive
and to the commission, on a week-
ly basis.

The 44-page booklet calls for on the need for personal communi-
a number of revisions in the high cation between the rabbi and his
school educational curriculum, and college students. Many congrega-
offers a variety of program sugges- tions already conduct regular col-
tions for the rabbi and congrega- lege programs where rabbis visit
tion to "bind the relationship be- college campuses and spend time
tween their young people and the with their young members in per-
synagogue at home." sonal and group discussions.

Rabbi Jack Stern, CCAR youth
chairman, observed that "many
youngsters today are particular-
ly disturbed about the Vietnam
war and the military draft.
While many of our young peo-
ple involve themselves actively
in peace organizations, civil
rights causes and other social
activities, we have failed to make
them understand the relationship
between the teachings of Juda-
ism and the ideals they carry out
into action."
The Reform rabbi considered it *
imperative that "Jewish youngsters Id.
fully understand the ethical, moral
and theological foundations of Ju-
daism to apply them in their de-
cision-making process on the many
social and personal questions con.
fronting them today."

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The festival will feature Cantor
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