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March 11, 1988 - Image 31

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Holocaust
Conference

The theme of the ninth an-
nual Conference on the
Holocaust at the University
of Michigan is relating the
Holocaust to the contem-
porary world.
An interfaith memorial ser-
vice for the victims of the
Holocaust will be held at 8
p.m. Sunday in Rackham Am-
phitheater. Rabbi Dov Edel-
stein, of Cong. Sherah Israel
in Macon, Ga. will speak on
"Gentiles Ga., Rescued
Jews."
Dr. Charles Adams will
speak on black-Jewish rela-
tions at 7 p.m. Thursday in
Rackham Auditorium.
Susannah Heschel will
speak on "The German-
Jewish Dialogue" at 8 p.m.
March 22 in Rackham
Amphitheater.
The Partisans of Vilna will
be shown at 7:15 p.m. Tues-
day in Lorch Hall. Gabriel
Sedlis, a partisan appearing
in the film, and Aviva Kemp-
ner, the producer, will speak
after the screening. The film
David will be shown at 8 p.m.
and 10 p.m. in MLB 3. David
is a story of a Jewish boy's
coming of age in Nazi
Germany.
The Hill Street Players will
present an evening of drama
probing anti-Semitism,
racism and homophobia at
the University of Michigan,
and relate these issues to the
Holocaust. Performances are
at the Trueblood Theater in
the Frieze Building, at 8 p.m.
Thursday; March 19 at 8 p.m.
and midnight; and March 20
at 2:00 p.m. There is a charge.
People Dancing will per-
form Charlotte 8 p.m. March
19 at the Performance Net-
work, 408 W. Washington.
Charlotte is based on the life
and work of painter Charlotte
Salomon, who died in
Auschwitz.

Lecture Series
On Bible Due

David N. Freedman, the Ar-
thur F. Thurnau Professor of
Biblical Studies at The
University of Michigan, will
deliver the 12th annual
Distinguished Senior Faculty
Lecture Series, sponsored by
the U-M College of
Literature, Science and the
Arts.
Prof. Freedman will deliver
three lectures, under the
theme of "The Unity of the
Hebrew Bible," at 8 p.m. Mon-
day, Thursday and March 21
in Rackham Amphitheater. A
reception in the Rackham
Assembly Hall will follow the

GEM/DIAMOND SPECIAUST

final lecture. The lectures and
the reception are free and
open to the public.
The individual lectures are
"The Primary History," "The
Prophetic Books" and "The
Writings."
A graduate of the Princeton
Theological Seminary, Freed-
man was ordained a
Presbyterian minister in
1944. He joined the U-M
faculty as professor of biblical
studies and director of the
Program on Studies in
Religion in 1971. He was
named the Arthur F. Thur-
nau Professor of Biblical
Studies in 1971.

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New York — The first
United Israel Appeal Jewish
Agency Study Seminar, com-
prised of leaders of local
federation committees on the
Jewish Agency, will visit
Israel, beginning Tuesday.
Syma Kroll of Ann Arbor wil
be among the participants.

Sot. 10:00-5:00

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Study Seminar

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Refugee Family
Is Reunited

Honduran family
seeking political asy-
lum in the United
States was reunited in Ann
Arbor last week. Mario Vas-
quez, who was granted
asylum last month, was join-
ed by his wife and seven
children, who flew from Mex-
ico City where they had been
living since December.
Members of Ann Arbor's
Temple Beth Emeth, New
Jewish Agenda and St. Clair
Episcopal Church have con-
ducted the campaign for the
Vasquez family to be declared
political refugees. Through
local fund raising, the family
will be guaranteed about
$1,500 a month for 18 months
to cover expenses, according
to Natalie Palay of Temple
Beth Emeth.
Mario Vasquez, who has liv-
ed in Ann Arbor since Oc-
tober, is only the fourth Hon-
duran of 500 applicants to be
granted political asylum in
the United States, Palay said.
In his homeland, Vasquez
was involved with a human
rights organization. He and
his family received death
threats from the Honduran
military, Palay said.
A Texas-based organization
called Projecto identified Vas-
quez as needing political
asylum and offered his spon-
sorship to the Ann Arbor
organizations. In December
1986, two Ann Arbor
residents participated in the
Border Witness program.

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