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September 21, 1984 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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He affirmed that "the Jewish
people live — that is our
triumph." His Senate colleague,
Donald Riegle Jr., spoke of how a
visit to Yad Vashem in Israel
heightened his sensitivity to th
Holocaust. "Eternal vigilance
must be our way of life," he said.
The mood of the evening was
neither celebratory nor mournful
but solemn, as one speaker noted
that "this is not a time to mourn
but to dedicate to the future."
There was a feeling of commu-
nity pride that the realization of a
dream of two decades by the
Shaarit Haplaytah (the Holocaust
survivors) of Metropolitan Detroit
has come to fruition in a major
institution. The Holocaust Memo-
rial Center located adjacent to the
Jewish community Center at
6602 West Maple in West Bloom-
field, is described as the largest of
its kind in North America. It will
open to the public in about a
month, housing exhibits, archives
and video testimonies from sur-
vivors.
The man credited more than
anyone else with ensuring that
the dream became a reality, Rabbi
Charles Rosenzveig, was honored
for his tireless dedication. After
receiving a standing ovation, the
founder and director of the HMC
thanked the individuals and
organizations who made it possi-
ble and said that "the ultimate
goal of the center is to fashion
from the Holocaust experience the
positive building' of group rela-
tionships so that the acts of the
righteous few may become the
standard for the many."
The Holocaust proved "how low
man can stoop," he said, but also
"how high man can reach."
Paul Borman was chairman of
the evening, which featured a
musical selection by the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra String
Quartet.

Oak Park woman
cited for peace work

Lillian Genser of Oak Park, di-
rector of the Center for Peace and
Conflict Studies at Wayne 'State
University, has received the
Loretta Moore Award for her
work as a peace educator. The
award was presented by the De-
troit chapter of the National
Organization of Women.

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made last week by the president
and co-chairman of the Detroit
chapter of the National Confer-
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Friday, September 21, 1984 9

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