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February 20, 1987 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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Chicago (JTA) — A new
coalition of Jewish, Christian
and rural groups last week
agreed to a multi-faceted ef-
fort to eliminate the financial
crisis faced by family farms,
promote agricultural ecology
and reject religious and racial
bigotry.
The Interreligious Con-
ference on Rural Life held
here resulted in the first inter-
religious approach to the
problems, according to Rabbi
A. James Rudin, national
director of interreligious af-
fairs for the American Jewish
Committee.
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the conference with the Na-
tional Catholic Rural Life
Conference, National Council
of Churches, Rural Crisis
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tian groups and farm advo-
cacy agencies from through-
out the Midwest.
Conferees agreed in a joint
declaration that the loss of
family farms is causing "in-
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child abuse, alcoholism and
other indications of family
and individual breakdown."
This "has encouraged anti-
Semitic, racist and violent in-
dividuals and organizations
in their efforts to recruit
distressed farm and other
rural people," the declaration
stated.

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David Grossman, last week
denied that he banned women
from attending funerals on
grounds that their presence
together with men could
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He complained, in full-page
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with the wishes of the
deceased.

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