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February 09, 1990 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-09

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ON CAMPUS I

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Hillel At U-M
Sets Events

Israel Information Day will
be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb.
22 at Hillel. Yefet Ozery,
representative of the Jewish
Agency's kibbutz aliyah desk
and Leah Kayman, represen-
tative from Young Judea, will
be at Hillel to answer ques-
tions and provide information
about a wide variety of pro-
grams in Israel. • For an ap-
pointment, call 769-050.
A Spike Lee Fest will be at
7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Feb. 22
with the showing of Joe's Bed-
Stuy Barbarshop: We Cut
Heads. The documentary
Making 'Do the Right Thing'
will also be screened.
Sting: Bring on the Night
will be shown on Feb. 24, at
7 and 9 p.m.
For information, call Hillel,
769-0500.

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U-M Hillel
Hosts Speaker

The Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan
and the Jewish Community
Center of Washtenaw County
will host Leonard Fein at 7:30
p.m. Feb. 20 in the Irwin
Green Auditorium at Hillel.
Leonard Fein is a writer
and founding editor of Mo-
ment magazine. In 1985 he
founded Mazon, American
Jewry's response to the pro-
blem of hunger — by en-
couraging Jews to add a three
percent surcharge to the cost
of their celebrations to help
fight hunger here and
throughout the world.
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The Board of Governors of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dations of Metropolitan
Detroit will hold an open
board meeting 7:30 p.m. Feb.
12 at the Laurel Woods
Clubhouse. The agenda in-
cludes a report from the
nominating committee for the
board elections, proposed pro-
grams for Hebrew language
courses at Wayne State
University, and reports from
committees.
Mariusz Ziomecki will
speak on "Polish-Jewish Rela-
tions: The Memory Hole," at
noon Feb. 19 in the Wayne
State University Student
Center. Ziomecki, an editorial
writer for the Detroit Free
Press, recently returned to
Poland for an extended visit
to monitor the changes there.
He will speak about the way
Poles remember Jews, and the
way Jews remember Poles.

The Jewish Students
Organization at Oakland
University will host a talk by
Rabbi Louis Finkelman on
"Abortion in Jewish Law" at
noon Feb. 22 in the Oakland
Center on the Oakland
University campus.

Hillel Plans
Speaker, Dinner

Wilma Rae Bledsoe, vice-
president of student affairs,
and Don Warren,
sociology/anthropology pro-
fessor, will speak at noon, Feb.
12 in Gold Room A, Oakland
Center, Oakland University,
on "Blacks and Jews Working
Separately and Together."
The program is sponsored
by the Jewish Students
Organization/Hillel at O.U.,
the Black Awareness Month
Committee and Crossroads.
There is no charge.
Metro-Hillel will go to din-
ner at Anita's Kitchen in Troy
on Feb. 18. For reservations
by Feb. 16 call Nadya
Kosarin, 548-5225.

B'nai Moshe Holds
Student Dinner

Dinner and conversation
with the rabbi for sons and
daughters of Congregation
B'nai Moshe members who
study at the University of
Michigan will be offered by
the congregation's Youth
Commission at 5 p.m. Feb. 11
at the Mandell Berman
Center of U-M Hillel.
Rabbi Allan S. Meyerowitz
will discuss current Jewish
issues and bring students up-
to-date on what is happening
with their synagogue.

LOCAL NEWS I

Hebrew Free Loan
Sabbath Planned

The annual observance of
Hebrew Free Loan Sabbath
will take place on Shabbat
Mishpatim, Feb. 23-24.
Synagogues and temples
throughout the United States
and Canada are expected to
mark this occasion establish-
ed by the Association of
Hebrew Free Loans (AHFL).
The Torah portion on this
Sabbath instructs Jews "not
to exact interest from the
needy." It is this biblical in-
junction which serves as the
cornerstone of today's free
loan agencies.
Rabbis in metropolitan
Detroit have been asked by
Sherwin A. Behrmann, presi-
dent of Detroit's Hebrew Free
Loan Association, to help
make the community more
aware of this self-help
organization.

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