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June 25, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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THE DETROIT -JEWISH NEWS

Jewry, being a spiritual stroyed but the spirit is im-
entity, cannot suffer annihi- mortal.
lation: the body may be de-
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Courage, Frankness Mark
Jewish Lesbian Anthology

The women's liberation
movement opened up the
pathway for the men's lib-
eration and gay liberation
movements to state their
cases in the general scheme
of things.
Now, a new segment begs
to be heard from, Jewish
lesbians, and they have
created an anthology in
which they describe their
experiences as Jews among
lesbians, as lesbians among
Jews and as Jews in the
women's movement.
Edited by Evelyn Torton
Beck, the paperbacked Per-
sephone Press volume,
"Nice Jewish Girls: A Les-
bian Anthology," contains
essays on Jewish lesbian
identity, anti-Semitism in
the women's movement,
Ashkenazic lesbians,
Sephardic lesbians and on
being a lesbian in Israel by a
former Knesseter.
In the opening essay by

Jerusalem Alarm
System Credited
With Saving Life

JERUSALEM (JNI) -
- The alarm system that
alerted police to a robbery
attempt at the home of an
elderly Jerusalemite re-
cently, saved the life of an-
other man June 3, police be-
lieve.
After police received- a
distress signal from one of
the 238 subscribers to the
system, they alerted a civil
guard patrol which found
the man unconscious after
his oxygen supply had run
out.
The distress alarm sys-
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persons throughout the
area.

CAJE to Meet
at Brandeis U.

NEW YORK -The Coal-
ition for Alternatives in
Jewish Education will hold
its seventh annual confer-
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Aug. 15-19.
This gathering is ex-
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Ms. Beck, entitled "Why
Is This Book Different
From All Other Books,"
the tone is set for what
follows. Ms. Beck states
in part:
"I started this project in a
spirit of optimism, rooted in
my pleasure (and relief) at
finally having found a sense
of congruence for the pieces
of my life. I have since be-
come increasingly sobered
by the ramifications of what
it can mean to want to say: I
am a Jewish lesbian. The
truth is that it is extremely
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as a Jew outside the long
shadow of anti-Semitism. It
is like trying to imagine
what it would feel like to be
a lesbian in a non-
homophobic world. So this
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well as a celebration of our
survival."
Perhpas the subject is
shocking, for it exposes a
lifestyle not generally dis-
cussed over the dinner ta-
ble. However, the women
speak with courage and
frankness, and for that the
book merits inspeCtion.

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