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December 11, 1987 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-11

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bus rented by the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation. The
students slept in the bus
Saturday night, participated
in the five-and-a-half hour
long march and rally, and
drove back Sunday night.
"By being a part of it, being
right there, I will be able to
convey the feelings of the
movement a lot better. I want
to make a statement by going,
in addition to having an
educational experience," said
freshman Brian Portney.
One of the students who en-
dured the bus trip, Shari
Perlstein, felt strongly that
the demonstration was
successful.
"I think it's important the
way we as American Jews
made a statement to Gor-
bachev that we care, and that
the rights of Jews in the
Soviet Union are important to
us," she said.
Josh Katz compared the ral-
ly with the annual parade
held in New York every year
to protest the plight of Soviet
Jewry.

". U a unique
opportunity for
students to speak
out • • •

"It was such an experience.
Thousands of Jews grouping
together, singing songs, and
marching thru streets of the
city. These rallies are one of
the few times of the year
when Jews are recognized so
much," he said.
Art school student Pamela
Haber stressed that the
march offered a unique oppor-
tunity for students to speak
out on the issue.
"Even if nothing comes out
of the rally, I did the best that
I could and went and spoke
out for these people who
couldn't. I want to do
everything I can to help," she
said. "It's so long — 12 hours
on a bus each way — but it's
so worth it."
Jerry Wish, a senior and co-
chairman of Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry, said, "I don't
think the issue is as big as it
should be. Issues such as
apartheid get much more
press. The Soviet Jewry issue,
as a fact, is not accompanied
by violence and that's a big
factor. You don't have the hor-
ror stories of people being
killed. As a result, when peo-
ple do hear about Soviet
Jewry, they think it is a
religious issue.
The group rallied Monday
on the campus diag. At that
rally, students who par-
ticipated in the "Freedom
Sunday" celebration re-
counted their experiences in
Washington.

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