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January 07, 1972 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-07

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College Head Asked to R ebuke Biased Editor

NEW YORK- (JTA)—The Amer-
ican Jewish Congress has called
on Joseph Murray, president . of
Queens College, to reprimand the
author of an article two weeks ago
on Forest Hills in the studentnews-
paper "Voice of SEEK" which
charged that "once again the white
bigots are predominantly Jews."
In a telegram, Theodore J. Kal-
ish, chaiiinsin of the AJCongress'
New York Metropiltan Council, de-
clared: "We find it disturbing that
the SEEK program, which we have
- supported= an avenue of oppor-
tunity for needy students, should
perpetrate racism and anti-Semi-
tism."
Six Black students in the
SEEK propfram at the City Uni-
versity of New York, have also
denounced the SEEK article. In
their two-page statement, the
students — including the vice
president of the student govern-
ment at City College Voice of
SEEK and the vice chairman of
the education affairs committee
of the City College student sen-
ate—deplored the article "which
unfairly imputes to the entire
Jewish people anti-black, racist
sentiments in connection with op-
position to a proposed low-in-
come housing project in Forest
Hills."
Noting that George Hopkinson,
the author of the article, was not
a SEEK student, the statement de-
clared that he "certainly does not
speak for the over-whelming ma-
jority of those enrolled in SEEK."
'Meanwhile, Agudath Israel of
America appealed to President
Nixon to intervene personally to
halt construction of the project in
Forest Hills to prevent that pre-
dominantly Jewish neighborhood
from becoming a "ghost town."
In a letter to Nixon, Rabbi
Moshe Feinstein, chairman of
the Orthodox group, described
the President as "the single per-
son with the courage of convic-
lion and the poWer" to stop the"

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