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December 04, 1992 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK WOODS

Excellence of design is the hallmark
of the Movado- Museum Watch.

presents

A Sensational Pre-Chanukah Concert
Starring:

criticized, but castigated,
and received anonymous
death threats for bringing
into very public view an
issue which many in the
black community feel
belongs behind their own
closed doors.
Just after Mr. Gates' essay
was published, Minister Don
Muhammed, head of the
Nation of Islam in Boston,
told a radio interviewer on
WILD there that "Harvard
has ruined more Negroes
than bad whisky."

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Black ministers have been
among the most vocal oppo-
nents of anti-Semitism
among African-Americans
and have reached huge
numbers of black Americans
in their churches, according
to Mr. West.

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The same design excellence marks
this entire Movado Watch Collection.

SUNDAY, December 13TH 8:00 P.M.
at

Young Israel of Oak Woods
24061 Coolidge Highway, Oak Park

Addressing Mr. Gates, he
added, "Something is wrong
with the black-Jewish rela-
tionship, Mr. Gates. Some of
our people who call them-
selves educated are simply
well trained."
Questions about Mr.
Gates' motivation for focus-
ing on anti- Semitism were
widely discussed among
blacks.
One African-American
journalist suggested to a
Jewish reporter that the
reason Mr. Gates felt com-
pelled to speak out on the
issue was that Jewish foun-
dations funded Mr. Gates'
graduate work — an asser-
tion she had not attempted
to verify before passing it
along.
An impassioned exchange
of correspondence debating
the issue was published over
several weeks in the City
Sun, New York's second
largest black newspaper.

According to Gary Rubin,
director of national affairs
for the American Jewish
Committee, Mr. Gates suc-
ceeded in his effort to place
anti-Semitism on the agenda
for discussion among black
intellectuals.
Generally decrying anti-
Semitism is not uncommon
at meetings of black chur-
ches and organizations, Mr.
West pointed out.
Even the Rev. Jesse
Jackson, long the hope of
many African- Americans
for national office, but whose
infamous "Hymietown"
comment during the 1984
presidential campaign
became a thorn in the side of
organized Jewry, condemned
hatred of Jews in two
headlining speeches last
July, at the Democratic Na-
tional Convention and to a
World Jewish Congress
meeting in Brussels.

This dial design is in the permanent collection 01 the Museum of Modern

CONCERT TO BENEFIT THE
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK WOODS
"NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECT"

Admission: CHAT ($18.00) - Afterglow

Each ultra-slim. Each water-resistant.
Each electronic quartz.

Tickets available for purchase
at the synagogue office or
call (313) 398-1177

A collection of many personalities executed with an 18 karat gold micron finish and
styled as well as proportioned for men and women.

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