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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-05

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Jewish community. Several
years ago, the church and
Temple Israel formed a part-
nership, raising money for
black scholarships. Both
Hartford and Temple Israel
are anxious to rebuild a rela-
tionship — starting with the
women's groups of both con-
gregations hosting refresh-
ments after the performance.
Future plans include youth
group meetings and social ac-
tion projects.
"I'm not sure why we split
in the first place. I think it was
more of a drift. But we're hop-
ing this really takes off this
time," said Linda Brodsky,
Temple Israel president.
The Rev. Diane Smalley
Norman of Hartford
Memorial Baptist expressed
similar sentiments.
"We're interested in open-
ing a dialogue with the Jewish
community," she said. She
hopes the two groups can ad-
dress issues such as anti-
Semitism in the black
community, while improving
the spiritual lives of both con-
gregations.
David Gad-Harf, executive
director of the JCCouncil,
added, "The proviso by
Hartford that this not be a
one-time-only experience is
wonderful. The process is as
important as the perfor-
mance."
Both Temple Israel and
Hartford Memorial Baptist
will bring members of their
youth groups to the perfor-
mances. The American
Jewish Committee hopes to
gather a group of singles for
the play, as does Hartford.
"From the moment Adele
suggested this, I thought it
was a tremendous idea from
someone with a vision — a
daring to discuss the friction
between two old friends," said
Mike Wimberley, a staff writ-
er for The Michigan
Chronicle. "I think it's appro-
priate for us to sponsor such
performances. These events
are in the media. Whether we
report on Crown Heights or
our neighbors in Southfield or
Detroit, we're already in-
volved."
The two papers plan to ex-
change opinion and editorial
columns in future editions.
"Being a media outlet, we're
dealing with creative people.
With the proper vision, our op-
portunities are endless," Mr.
Wimberley said.
Arthur Horwitz, associate
publisher of The Jewish News,

agreed.
"There needs to be many
more opportunities where the
black and Jewish communi-
ties can interact and learn
from each other," Mr. Horwitz
said. "Since we see our role as
expanding the knowledge of
our readers, it is both logical
and important that we, The
Jewish News, play an active
role in exposing the Jewish
community to its neighbors —
both inside and outside the
Jewish community."
"By working with The
Michigan Chronicle, there are
many opportunities to provide
a perspective to our readers
that they might not normally
get and vice versa," Mr.
Horwitz said. "There are top-
ical issues that beg for addi-
tional perspectives. By
working together, we can open
some ideas and some minds
that might remain closed."
For ticket information, call
the cultural arts department
at the Jewish Community
Center, 661-1000. ❑

Learning Tour
Of Israel Set

Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of Michi-
gan, is taking applications for
its Israel 1993 summer learn-
ing tour.
A total of 10 scholarships

will be awarded.

The tour will be led by Rab-
bi and Mrs. Avraham Jacobo-
witz and is co-sponsored by
the Ohr Somayech/Joseph
Tenenbaum College. It will
include Jewish study in
philosophy, language, history,
laws and customs and general
Jewish information; and
tours throughout the country.
For information, call
Machon, 967-0888.

Vanguard Hosts
Karaoke Night

Vanguard, under the auspices
of Hadassah, will host an ex-
citing evening of singing and
laughter, featuring Karaoke
by Living Energy 8 p.m.-12:30
a.m. March 13 at 29235 Lan-
caster Drive, Southfield (Lan-
caster Hills Apartments
clubhouse).
Vanguard aims to bring
Jewish singles between the
ages of 25-40 together to
share in cultural and social
events. There is a charge. Al
proceeds will go to Hadassah'
Medical Organization.
For reservations by Mar
10, call Hadassah, 683-5C
or 357-2920.

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