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December 12, 1986 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-12

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rural media, teachers and
public officials, including the
consideration of programs of
direct financial aid and the
development of expanded
mental health services. "Once
we started learning about
their (farmers') problems, we
felt we had a moral respon-
sibility toward them."
Goldstein said his agency
first became involved in the
farm crisis through investiga-
tions into the rabidly racist,
anti-Semitic broadcasts of
radio station KTTL-FM in
Dodge City, Kansas, whose
religious sermons advocated
violence against Jews, Blacks
and law enforcement officials.
He said that as members of
the Kansas City JCRB
learned more about the ex-
tremists, they simultaneous-
ly learned about the problems
of family farmers, and "deter-
mined that for our own secur-
ity it was necessary to de-
velop a program to combat
anti-Semitism and racism
because of our religious and
social values, and the tradi-
tion of Jewish community
relations agencies in aiding
people in pain."
The petition, said Gold-
stein, "is the centerpiece of a
multifaceted program to
educate and involve urban
Jews and through Jews other
urban people in action on the
farm crisis."
Goldstein stressed the ap-
propriateness "for Jews and
farmers to work together."
Among other Jewish agencies
working to alleviate the farm
crisis, he said. were the Des
Moines, Iowa, Jewish Corn-
munity Relations Council,
which provided about $10,000
to farm families for emergen-
cy survival assistance, and
the Minnesota Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council-
Anti-Defamation League,
which established a person-to-
person program bringing
together Jews and farmers for
"discussion and action."

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