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October 23, 1987 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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spent his campaign time
walking door-to-door and
shunned bad talking any of
the candidates. "I hear
positive things about
Southfield and I want to be a
part of that," he said.
In addition to the council
elections, some Southfield
residents will vote in a special
primary election for a new
21st District county commis-
sioner to replace Alexander C.
Perinoff, who died earlier this
year. The candidates include
three Democrats (Lew
Barnett, Eric Coleman,
Lillian Jaffe Oaks) and one
Republican (Douglas
Sokolowski.)
More than a dozen Oakland
County cities will hold
mayoral elections, including
Berkley, Huntington Woods,
Oak Park and Royal Oak.

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Religions Focus
Of Forum

"Celebrating Religious
Freedom in America" is the
theme of the second annual
Muslim, Christian, Jewish
Leadership Forum's sym-
posium for building respect
and reconciliation among the
Abrahamic religions to be
held on Wednesday at
Marygrove College in Detroit.
Featured speakers include
Rev. John T. Pawlikowski, pro-
fessor of ethics at Catholic
Theological Union, Chicago;
Rabbi A. James Rudin, na-
tional director of Inter-
religious Affairs, American
Jewish Committee; and Im-
am Alauddin Shabazz, na-
tional director, department of
prison services, Muslim Corn-
munity of America.
Topics to be addressed in-
clude Being Muslim, Chris.
tian and Jewish in the U.S.;
Being Muslim, Christian,
Jewish and Free in the U.S.;
and Facing the Changes and
Challenges of the Future — A
Religious Celebration.
Participants will have the
opportunity to attend two
workshops on such diverse
topics as Learning the
Language of Interreligious
Communication, Public
Education in the Arena of
Religion, Fostering Religious
Traditions in the Midst of
Cultural Challenges, Women
of Each Tradition Expressing
Their Faith, and others.
The symposium fee in-
cludes both lunch and dinner.
For information and registra-
tion forms, contact the
Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table, 869-6306.

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