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July 13, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, July 13, 1984

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"Minister Farrakhan's
divisive assault on the
Jewish people and their
faith would have been
abhorrent•nd totally out of
place at anytime. The De-
troit CBTU, however, finds
it especialy • disturbing in
that it came only three days
after the June 21 memorials
marking he 20th anniver-
sary of the savagely brutal
and racist-inspired murders
in Philadelphia, Miss., of
Andrew Goodman, a Jew,
Michael Schemer, a Jew,
and James Chaney, a black.
Two Jews and'a black who,
together, believed so
passionately that equality
and justice were the inviol-
able birthrights of every
American and who, to-
gether, sought\ so zealously
to live out theineliefs that
it cost them their lives —
together!
"The Detroit CBTU un-
conditionally opposes ra-
cism in anyform and from
any quarter, black or
white."

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