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April 27, 1979 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, April 21, 1919

Summer Arts Festival Set

PLO Harasses YIPME Pickets at Movie Showing

NEW YORK — Nearly 30
high school and college vol-
unteers from the Youth In-
stitute for Peace in the Mid-
dle East were physically
and verbally harassed while
distributing literature at
the showing of the film The
Palestinian," on the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh cam-
pus.

Representatives of the
Palestinian Solidarity
Committee and the Anti-
Imperialist Union, who
sponsored the Vanessa
Redgrave film, blocked the
YIPME literature table
with their bodies while sh-
outing anti-Semitic state-
ments at the leafleteers.
YIPME in conjunction

with the University of
Pittsburgh Hillel Club, re-
served space for a literature
table in the lobby of the hall
where the film was to be
shown. Leaflets were
handed out to all those
going to view the film.
When the groups sponsor-
ing the event realized what
was being distributed, they
began to converge on the
YIPME table.

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