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December 16, 1983 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-16

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26 Friday, December 16, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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— Plans for a training pro-
gram for teachers in church
schools in the Sarasota
area, to improve their
teaching about Jews and
Judaism, were approved at
a two-day "Faith Without
Prejudice" conference here,
Rabbi A. James Rudin, di-
rector of Interreligious Af-
fairs of the American
Jewish Committee, re-
ported.
Rudin said the conference
attracted a "record
attendance" of more than
600 participants, most of
them Christians.
He said the projected
teacher training program,
for both Protestant and
Catholic schools, will be or-
ganized at a meeting, prob-
ably in January, "hope-
fully" to begin next Sep-
tember. He said the AJ-
Committee will be one of the
plan's sponsors and that an-
other sponsor will be the
Sarasota Ministerial Asso-
ciation.
Rudin reported also
that those at the confer-
ence agreed to partici-
pate in "Lifeline Letters,"
a campaign to enlist
commitments for writing
letters, sending holiday
cards and other indica-
tions of support to Soviet
Jewish refusniks.
Lifeline Letters is a proj-

ect of Operation Lifeline,
which is sponsored by the
National Interreligious
Task Force on Soviet Jewry
and the AJCommittee.
Rudin described the work
of the AJCommittee in per-
suading Christian
educators to eliminate
anti-Jewish materials from
their textbooks and teach-
ing programs.

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