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October 23, 1987 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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Human Rights Confab
Scheduled In Idaho

New York (JTA) — Attempts
by rightwing racist vigilantes
within the past several years
to make the Pacific Northwest
an all-white bastion through
violence and the proliferation
of racial hatred appear to
have boomeraged with the
decision last week to hold a
human rights conference in
Idaho.
Hundreds of representa-
tives of religious and racial
civil rights organizations, in-
cluding the American Jewish
Committee and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will convene for a
three-day convention on
human rights in Coeur
d'Alene, Idaho, site last year
of several bombings of federal
buildings and the home of a
Roman Catholic priest. The
overall theme of the con-
ference will be prejudice in
America today, and its impact
on the Northwest.
It is no accident that Coeur
d'Alene was chosen for the
conference, the first as-
sembled by the Northwest
Coalition Against Malicious
Harassment, which was for-
malized in April in response
to the bombings.
This small tourist town in

the heart of the Coeur d'Alene
Mountains was the focus of
the Aryan Nations-Church of
Jesus Christ-Christian, a
violently racist, anti-Semitic
group that adheres to the
tenets of the Christian Iden-
tity movement, claiming that
the Jews are the children of
Satan. The group is equally
hateful of Blacks, Orientals,
American Indians and
Roman Catholics.
Two members of the group,
David Dorr and Edward Haw-
ley, are currently facing
charges for their part in the
Coeur d'Alene bombings, and
have already been convicted
of counterfeiting. Other
members of this and related
hate groups have this year
been convicted of crimes rang-
ing from counterfeiting to
murder.
Coeur d'Alene has instead
become known for its involve-
ment in the cause of human
rights, manifested through
the Kootenai County Task
Force on Human Relations,
and its outgrowth, the North-
west Coalition Against
Malicious Harassment. The
Coalition pushed for, and won
in July, the most powerful
anti-terrorist legislation in
the United States.

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Waltham, Mass. (JTA) —
The recent introduction of
pork and shellfish in a
cafeteria of Brandeis Univer-
sity does not — as some facul-
ty critics claim — diminish
the Jewish character of the
school, according to its presi-
dent, Evelyn Handler.
"How many Jews do you
know who keep kosher?" she
asked in a recent interview.
"Brandeis consists of Jews of
every stripe, from the most
Orthodox to those who are
non-practicing but feel very
culturally and passionately
Jewish . . . There is nothing
stronger about Brandeis than
its ties to the Jewish com-
munity."
The university has one
kosher dining hall, and the
other dining halls have
always served non-kosher
food. To Handler, the
availability of pork and
shellfish is no different than
offering cheeseburgers, and
she is sure that those who
keep strict kashrut would
agree.
She said Brandeis must be
viewed not as a Jewish

university but as "a non-
sectarian university with
strong Jewish support. We
want every student to be com-
fortable here. We pride
ourselves on our diversity."
The comfort argument has
been challenged by some
faculty members. "Can
anyone believe that there is a
student anywhere whose deci-
sion to enter Brandeis will de-
pend on whether he can get a
bacon, lettuce and tomato
sandwich for lunch?" asked
Prof. Marvin Fox, director of
the Lown School of Near
Eastern and Judaic Studies,
and now on sabbatical.
He agreed with Bernard
Reisman, professor of
American Jewish communal
studies and director of the
Hornstein program in Jewish
communal service, that pork
and shellfish were more offen-
sive than mixing dairy pro-
ducts with beef. The former
"psychologically connote the
separateness of the Jews,"
Reisman said. "Even Jews
that don't observe kashrut
have a psychological reaction
to pork and shellfish."

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