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May 14, 1993 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-14

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had not taken a position on
Ms. Guinier's nomination.
"It is our understanding
that she would like to meet
with members of the Jewish
community, and we would
look forward to it," he said.
Mr. Foltin pointed out that
the NAACP Legal Defense
and Education Fund, where
Ms. Guinier used to work,
"has been an ally on many
issues" and that AJCom-
mittee has talked- to Ms.
Guinier on a variety of occa-
sions in the past.
Ms. Guinier, a graduate of
Yale Law School, has work-
ed on voting rights issues for
much of her career.
She first worked in the
Justice Department's civil
rights division in the late
1970s, where she helped re-
organize the voting rights
section.
From 1981-1988, she serv-
ed as assistant counsel at the
NAACP Legal Defense and
Education Fund. A Justice
Department statement said
that in that position, she
"played an important role as
an outside adviser to Con-
gress in its consideration of
the Voting Rights Act
amendments of 1982."

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Two Teens
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Jerusalem (JTA) — Two
Israeli teen-agers, one Jew-
ish and the other Arab, were
lightly wounded last week in
the administered territories
when they failed to stop
their van at an army check-
point and were fired upon by
border police.
The police signaled to the
van to stop, but when the
signal was ignored, the
police fired first in the air
and then at the vehicle.
The two wounded by gun-
shots were a 17-year-old Jew
from a town near Haifa and
a 19-year old Israeli Arab
from Galilee.
A third person in the van,
a Palestinian from the ter-
ritories, was unhurt. The Pa-
lestinian, who was arrested,
said the three were buying
vegetables in the territories
to sell in Israel proper.
Despite the closure of the
territories and the high ten-
sion there, many Israeli
merchants continue to visit
the Palestinian markets to
buy cheap produce.
The last few days in the
territories have broken the
relative quiet there since the
closure was imposed at the
end of March. Seven Pales-
tinians have been shot dead
in clashes with soldiers this
week, and at least two dozen
have been injured.

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