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November 24, 1989 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-24

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didn't care about their
Jewishness."

Colman noted that
American Jewry did not
realize the values Soviet
Jews placed on family,
culture, art and education.
He said that acculturation
must be blended with
resettlement, that Soviet
Jews should be encouraged
to sustain their cultural
background, and that they
should be made part of the
decision making process
regarding programs on their
behalf.
Dr. Misha Galperin, direc-
tor of refugees at the New
York Federation and himself
an emigrant from the USSR
in the 1970s, emphasized
that Soviet Jews who came
to the United States at that
time failed to acculturate
American Jews "as to who
we were."
"Russian Jews are no less
Jewish than AmeriCan
Jews," he said. "In some
ways they are different and
in some ways they are the
same." He said Soviet Jews=
are less likely to -join a
synagogue but participate in
life-cycle events, from bris to
Jewish funerals.
In terms of identity, Soviet
Jews feel Jewish all of their
lives until they come to
America and are perceived
of as "Russians," Dr.
Galperin said. He closed by
asserting that the mood in
the USSR now, with its rise
in nationalism and openly
expressed anti-Semitism, is
analogous to Germany,
1933, and that every effort
must be made to bring
Soviet Jews out "before the
third largest Jewish com-
munity in the world disap-
pears." I=1

The Debate Resumes
Over. Anti-Semitism

Associate Editor

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The Jewish teachers of Metropolitan Detroit
are grateful to Dr. Patricia Oppenheim Levin
and the David Oppenheim family for
establishing a special teachers' institute of
the enhancement of Jewish education.

if Jews in the USSR see that
a major campaign is under
way to improve the aliyah
and absorption process, more
of them will choose to come
to Israel when they
emigrate.
Attorney General Richard
Thornburgh, addressing the
G.A., asserted that the
Soviets will have to do more
than enact emigration
reforms if they want to win
trade concessions from the
U.S. But at the same time he
said that "we had best rec-
ognize — and do everything
we can to capitalize on — the
extraordinary changes that
are taking place" in the
USSR.
The Attorney General,
who recently visited -the
Soviet Union with two
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions officials, said, "We
must be convinced that not
just the letter but the spirit
of the law has taken root in
the Soviet Union, before any
relief" under the 1974
Jackson-Vanik Amendment
on trade privileges "is put on
the agenda."
At one of the dozens of ses-
sions devoted to the topic of
Soviet Jewry resettlement,
several experts focused on
the acculturation process
and the need to absorb the
newcomers Jewishly.'
John Colman, president of
the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Chicago, said
that in the 1970s American
Jewry failed in its effort to
make Soviet Jewish
emigrants "in our image and
to be like us.
"We thought they would
be glad to throw off their
Russian-ness and we didn't
think they had anything to
teach us, Most shamefully,
we judged them and felt they

year ago, an angry
audience chastised
researcher Steven
Cohen for asserting that an-
ti-Semitism was not a threat
to the Jewish community in
the United States.
Choosing his words
carefully, American Jewish
Committee researcher David
Singer backed Cohen's
assessment before a similar
audience at the Council of
Jewish Federations General
Assembly last week. He had
much the same result.
"There is a contradiction
between perception (of anti-

Semitism) and documenta-
tion, between attitudes and
behavior, Singer said. He
said levels of anti-Semitism
are at historic lows, and
cited the following to sup-
port his thesis:
•The role of Jews in the po-
litical process is at an un-
precedented level in the
United States. Jews are less
than three percent of the
population, but are a con-
siderably greater percentage
of the persons elected to
Congress. "And many are
coming from districts with a
small percentage of Jews,"
he said.
• In the largely white,
Anglo-Saxon, Protestant Ivy

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