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April 14, 1989 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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"Our passion for choice is
rooted in Jewish law and
ethics," Lenore Feldman,
president of the National
Council of Jewish Women,
told a crowd estimated at
300,000.
"It's very important for us
to come out and say that all
religious groups are not try-
ing to obstruct the rights of
other people," Joyce Lapin,
coordinator of residential life
at the Jewish Theological
Seminary, said in an
interview.
"I have seen 513 anti-
abortion proposals in 13
years, 152 of which have re-
quired roll-call votes," Sen.
Howard Metzenbaum (D-
Ohio) told a gathering • of
Jewish marchers. "They are
not giving up. Today their
shrill voices will be drowned
out by the sounds of our
voices and the marching of
our feet."
Metzenbaum spoke at a pre-
march briefing sponsored by
the American Jewish Con-
gress at the Sheraton Carlton
Hotel here. More than 200
Jews, some from as far away
as California, followed the
AJCongress banner to join
the throngs marching up
Constitution Avenue to the
rolling lawn of the Capitol.
The demonstration surpass-
ed some of the largest ever
held in Washington, in-
cluding the December 1987
solidarity march for Soviet
Jewry, which drew 200,000.
Forty-two rabbinical and
cantorial students from the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
the Conservative rabbinical
training institution, were
among those who crowded in-
to buses before dawn for the
ride to Washington.
Women's American ORT, a
co-sponsor of the march, and
the American Jewish Com-
mittee sent contingents, as
did synagogues from
throughout the East.
"Some of our opponents
have claimed that choice is
not a Jewish response," said
Feldman of NCJW as the
Capitol rotunda loomed be-
hind her. "To those critics I
say: Read the Talmud, the
Jewish book of law. In
Judaism, the mother's rights
always come first."
A number of Jewish
organizations have joined in a
amicus brief urging the
Supreme Court not to over-
turn the 1973 Roe vs. Wade
decision, which declared a
woman's choice to have an
abortion a constitutionally
protected right.

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