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March 21, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, .ii.ach 21, 1969

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White Volunteers
Still Needed, With Solemnized at Sheraton
Attitudes Changed

Oscar State, honorary secretary
of the International Weightlifting
Federation, will attend the eighth
NEW YORK (JTA) — Negro
World Maccabia Games in Israel
this summer as an official observ- women leaders have suggested to
er of the competition for the fed- Jewish counterparts that while in-
creasing black militancy need not
eration.
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bers are active throughout the
BY LINCOLN ROAD MALL
United States in scores of pro-
grams for the dispossessed of all
minority groups, reported a series
of conversations of that problem
with
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York University; and Mrs. Ho-
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Delta Sigma Theta, an affiliate of
the National Council of Negro
Women. The conversations were
reported in the current issue of
"Council Woman" the publication
of the NCJW.

Dr. Christmas told Miss Han-
nah Stein, NCJW executive di-
rector, that "the most valuable
thing that white people like
yourself can do" is to "take
your energy and your commit.
ment to equality into the white
community — to people who do
not feel as you do."

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riage vows Saturday at the Shera- li g:
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an
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Following a honeymoon in Las
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in East Lansing, where both at-
tended Michigan State University.

The Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women announces that its third
book review of the current year
will be held 1:30 p.m. Saturday
at the home of Mrs. Manuel Sa-
linger, 28737 Rockledge, Farming-
ton.
Mrs. Ralph Miller will present
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Jewish Social Singles will hold
its "Welcome to Spring" party 9
p.m. today at Lafayette Towers
West party room. Single men and
women age 25-40 are invited at an
admission charge.
• •
A single adult lounge night spon-
sored by the Jewish Single Adults
(25-40) of the Jewish Center will
be held 8:30 p.m. April 1. Danc-
ing, games, including ping pong,
and refreshments will be included.
The evening is free to members of
the group; there is a nominal
charge for guests.
Anyone who wishes to have his
name added to the mailing list is
asked to contact the Jewish Cen-
ter, 341-4200, Ext. 261.

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Prof. Noble rejected the idea
that white volunteers should re-1
spond to the greater militancy by
cutting themselves off from the!
black community. She suggested
that whites need "plenty of ex-
perience among black people in
order to work with prejudiced
whites." She added that she felt
some whites were using the mili-
tancy reaction as an excuse to
"cop out."
Mrs. Taylor said it was parti-
cularly important for white volun-
teers "to avoid any kind of moral-
izing in dealing with poor people."
She added that volunteers with the
best of intentions "sometimes do
this in spite of themselves." Dr.
Noble pointed out that while
Negroes respond to inquiries as to
' what they want with references to
better housing and better jobs, it
is essential that whites understand
that the poor also want dignity
and real equality. However, Dr.
Noble emphasized, "attitudes in
the ghetto are changing, too. As
anger subsides, there is much
more of a willingness for coopera-
tion on specific needs." She insist-
ed that white volunteers need not
fear rejection "if they start out
with constructive attitudes."



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