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November 18, 1977 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-18

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24 Friday, November 18, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Politicization of UN

A Michigan Participant Believes 'The U .S. Must Fight From Within'

By ALAN RIMY
The U.S. decision to with-

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draw from the International
Labor Organization because
of the organization's politi-
cization was 4e?med a Mis-
take by the, chairman of the
U.S. National Commission
for UNESCO..
Sarah Power of Ann
Arbor, a University of Mich-
, igan regent and wife of the
co-publisher of the, Observer
papers,
and Eccentric news
Philip Power, said the U.S.
move "was the first hole in
the dike."
Mrs. Power said the U.S.
has to work from within

international organizations
to combat Soviet and Third
World excesses. She said
many countries of the world
look to the U.S. for lead-
ership and withdrawal of
U.S. membership and U.S.
support leaves important
international organizations
in-the hands of the Soviets.
Mrs. Power testified twice
before Congress this year,
and attended the UNESCO
conference in Nairobi last
year with her husband. She
said UNESCO has become
less politicized since its 1974



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SARAH POWER
condemnation of Israel for
excavations in Jerusalem.
"All of these orgainiza-
tions are political," - she
said. "I think it would be a
sign that their vitality' is
fading if they were 'apol-
itical.' "
The U.S. can fight the pol-
iticization through effective
participation in the -organi-
zations, she said, by work-
ing harder to express its
views on the issues.
Mrs. Power gave as an
example the effective work-
of the U.S. UNESCO delega-
tion at Nairobi, which she
described as the busiest five
weeks of her life—"It was
certainly no junket." She
said– the U.S. delegation,
and the supporting experts
provided by the govern-
ment, was one of the most
effective conference delega-
tions ever put together by
this country.
She credited, the delega-
tion with effectively assist-
ing in many of the UNESCO
decisions : bringing Israel
back into a regional groOp-
ing following the 1974 con-
demnation; the threat to
freedom of the press was
defused with a draft decla-
ration being set aside for at
least two years; a draft dec-
laration on race, which
included a reference to the
UN's "Zionism is racism"
resolution, was , postponed
for further ' study while
important work on science,
technology, the Man and the
Biosphere program, and
others were adopted.
Mrs. Power and her hus-
band left Nairobi a week
early to visit Israel and its
archeological digs, and she
came away impressed and
convinced of the unfairness
of the UNESCO
condemnation.
"In Nairobi we were
struck by the isolation of
Israel, and the Israelis'
determination to stand up
and participate," Mrs.
Power- said. She and . her

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husband are hoping to visit
Israel again next month, fol-
lowing meetings of the U.S.
National Commission for
UNESCO, which will be
held in Detroit Dec. 7-10.
Mrs. Power has been
chairman of the organiza-
tion since last year and is
also a director of the United
Nations Association for the
U.S., and a member of the
National Commission on the
Observance of the Inter-
national Women's Year. In
1975 she attended the Inter-
national Women's Year con-
ference in Mexico City.
Mrs. Power was an _
administrative assistant in
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller's
office in New York and then
held 'several positions for
New York City. She served _
as -executive director of the
U.S.-UN-New York City
Host Country Advisory
Committee established by
Ambassador - Arthur Gold-
berg to solve U.S. and New
York problems concerned
with the UN.
She has been active in
Democratic politics in Mich-
igan and was a state-wide

delegate to the 1976 Demo-
cratic National convention.
She was elected to an eight-
year term on the University
of Michigan Board of
Regents in 1975,

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