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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, May 2, 1975

AJCongress to Host Chief of Urban Affairs

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Joseph B. Robison, na-
tional director of the com-
mission on law, social action
and urban affairs of the
American Jewish Congress,
will address the Michigan
Council and Women's Divi-
sion of the AJCongress 8
p.m.- Thursday at the Zion-
ist Cultural Center. A coffee
hour will follow.
Robison is a leading au-
Thority on civil liberties and
religious freedom and the
use of the law in the preser-
vation of individual liber-
ties.
In his 26 years with the
AJCongress, Robison has
drafted many of the laws
against discrimination
based. on race and religion

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He has regularly repre-
sented the AJCongress in
presenting testimony at
legislative hearings before
committees of Congress
and state and local legisla-
tive bodies. He has submit-
ted briefs in the United
States Supreme Court and
other courts in leading
cases on such issues as
government support of
sectarian schools, sectar-
ian practices in public
schools, the operation of
Sunday laws, legislative
apportionment and racial
segregation in both the
South and the North.

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Robison was on the legal
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counsel for the National munity Center and the Jew-
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serve as a community con-
Civil Liberties Union.
Participating in a panel sultant in the area of health
discussion following the and physical education.
Herbert Millman, execu-
JOIN
talk are Philmore Leemon,
tive vice president of JWB,
investment banker, and Dr.
MIZRACHI
Bernard Goodman, profes- said in his new capacity as a
member
of
the
JWB
staff,
TOURS
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SPEND
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to give leadership to the
is invited.
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in Michigan, having com-
peted in district and state
festival screening in which
more than 2,000 youth par-
ticipated. He will perform
in the Michigan Week Youth
Arts Festival May 17 at Cen-
tral Michigan University
and in a Germania Concert
May 18 in Saginaw.
* * *

daughter of Mrs. Cynthi-a
Greenspan of West Bloom-
field, and 16-year old piano
student of Betty Kowalsky
Stasson, was the first prize
winner of the Farmington
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meeting in Detroit. Dr. Nai-
mark is a past international
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