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April 17, 1987 - Image 31

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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of `Jap-bashing.' People view
Jews as rich brats from Long
Island whose parents spoil
them." The J.A.P. (Jewish
American Princess) is the
most widespread Jewish
stereotype.
Nevertheless, these prob-
lems are minute compared to
the problems that black stu-
dents face on the predomin-
antly white campus.
Says Rabbi Robert Levy of
Ann Arbor's Temple Beth
Emeth: "When someone
spray-paints graffiti on a
synagogue wall everyone
screams 'anti-Semitism,' but
the fact that blacks continue
to be economically and educa-
tionally deprived and that
their collective poverty and
living conditions continue to
worsen rather than to im-
prove, that is completely ig-
nored. Racism in this country
is a much more serious prob-
lem than anti-Semitism and
the Jewish community shares
responsibility in perpetuating
racist myths and attitudes."
When asked, U of M stu-
dents deny having any racist
feelings, but say that their
parents and friends do.
Jewish racism is, perhaps,
more subtle and less overt
than painting graffiti or dis-
tributing hate literature.
More often, it takes the form
of calling the black maid "the
shvartze" or assuming that
every black male is a crimi-
nal and selling one's home
when the neighborhood be-
comes integrated.
So, despite the prominent
role Jewish activists and
leaders played during the
civil rights era, prejudice still
exists in the Jewish commu-
nity.
When U of M students
were asked what they
thought of the recent racist
incidents on campus, most re-
sponded that they thought
too much publicity was given
to them. As one student put
it: "This race problem has
been blown out of proportion
and the black students are
alienating themselves more
by the way they are going
about trying to get results. I
have put up with anti-
Semitism all my life and
would be naive to think it
will stop."

Southfield Student
Wins U-M Prize

Daniel Ginis of Southfield
has been awarded The Uni-
versity of Michigan Student
Recognition Award "for excel-
lence in service and leader-
ship in extracurricular activi-
ties."
Ginis, a senior at U-M re-
ceived the award for his work
as editor of Consider, a cam-
pus weekly; and for his active
role on the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Governing Board.

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