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September 13, 1991 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-13

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organizations, such as ORT,
Organization for Rehabilita-
tion through Training,
Hadassah, and B'nai B'rith
Women are also pro-choice.
BBW has been pro-choice
since 1968, said Aileen Co-
oper, national public affairs
director. "No government
has a right to say anything
about what women do with
their bodies," she said.
Barbara Gutman, presi-
dent of Metropolitan Detroit
Hadassah, said women
should determine their own
fate. "We're pro-choice all
the way," she said.
NCJW state public affairs
officer Lois Granader, who
attended last week's
MARAL training session,
said NCJW announced its
support of family planning
in 1930 and in 1967 resolved
to work for women's repro-
ductive rights.
"NCJW, almost 100 years
old, is the leading Jewish
organization on choice," said
Mrs. Granader, who brought
along her husband. "As ear-
ly as 1930, NCJW passed a
national resolution suppor-
ting family planning, and at
the 1967 National Conven-
tion, prior to Roe v. Wade,
NCJW delegates resolved to
protect reproductive rights,"
she said. "Jewish women
have always been on the
forefront of social action
issues."
Mrs. Lutz, who says she'll
be at the next blockade, is a
little nervous.
"I imagine it will be
difficult escorting patients,"
Mrs. Lutz said. "I'm a little
worried about how I'll
handle it. I know it will be
frustrating listening to the
`anti's' and not responding.
I've always been pro-choice,
and now I want to be on the
front lines. It's time to stand
up and be counted.

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