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October 17, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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36 October 17, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Study Shows School Busing Has Little Affect on Jews

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Jewish families with school-
.:-Lge children have been gen-
erally unaffected by exist-
ing or pending court-or-
dered plans for mandatory
busing for public school in-
tegration in five cities where

reports have been provided
to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in a telephone sur-
vey.
Jewish communal agen-
cies in three of the five cities
have participated in varying
degrees in community-wide

efforts to plan for peaceful
implementation of court-
ordered busing for school in-
tegration.
The five cities include two
in which public demonstra-
tions and violence have been
the response to busing pro-

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grams — Louisville, which
has 8,500 Jews, and Boston,
which has 180,000 Jews.
The other three cities
studied were Pittsburgh,
which has 45,000 Jews;
Wilmington, Del., which
has 8,500 Jews; and De-
troit, which has 80,000
Jews.
Alvin Kushner, executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Metropol-
itan Detroit, and Herman
Brown, executive director of
the Jewish Community
Council of Greater Boston,
reported that most Jews in
those cities had long since
moved to the suburbs and
were unaffected by the
school busing there.
Jewish communal involve-
ment in the five cities has
ranged from active partici-
pation in offering proposals
for integration plans to
keeping a low public profile
on the issue.
The most intense Jewish
participation in the five ci-
ties appears to have taken
place in Boston, where the
community council joined

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The Detroit Council is
represented on the Coalition
for Peaceful Integration
formed a number of years
ago when debate started on
an integration plan.
Lewis Grossman, Coun-
cil president, is a Coalition
member.
The Coalition, which had
received a federal grant to
act in an advisory capacity
to the school board, to help
the board understand com-
munity concerns arising
from the busing plans.

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with four other agencies —
the Council of Churches, the
Social Action Commission
of the Boston Diocese, the
NAACP and the League of
Women Voters — to form a
Massachusetts Coalition for
Human Rights to support
integration.
The Detroit Jewish
Community Council has
not taken any position on
the integration plan which
the Detroit school board
recently submitted to the
federal district court,
Kushner said.

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