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November 26, 1993 - Image 96

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BRIDGES page 95

nity as leaders to be able to
meet with other members of the
community at large and help
overcome ignorance and preju-
dice," he said.
Raising money for program-
ming, which ranges from a
Holocaust essay writing contest
to a musical trialogue of Jew-
ish, Christian and Muslim wor-
ship hymns, is a constant
challenge to the Round Table.
Its budget this fiscal year is
$370,000.
"It's always hard to be effi-
cient with the money we have
and choosing which programs
get the most emphasis," Mr. Ar-
cand said.
On Dec. 6, at the Westin Ho-
tel, the Round Table will honor
Arthur Johnson, vice president
of university relations at Wayne
State University and immedi-
ate past president of the
NAACP, and Robert Mylod,
president, chairman and CEO
of Michigan National Bank,
during its largest fund-raiser of
the year.
One of the significant pro-
gramming links in the Round
Table's bridge-building process

Combating racism
has always been a
significant part of
the Round Table's
platform.

includes increasing awareness
among area youths.
Every summer, selected
teens spend a week at camp ex-
ploring their feelings, beliefs
and prejudices. The intent of the
program, called Anytown, USA,
is to give youths a sense of cul-
tural and racial awareness.
The Round Table also spon-
sors a youth symposium on the
Holocaust.
"We're not changing Detroit
overnight, but with our kids we
are beginning to make an im-
pact," Mr. Arcand said.
Another link is the Interfaith
Steering Committee. It works
to establish forums for Christ-
ian, Jewish and Muslim lead-
ers to discuss broad issues of
religious and social concern.
Other Round Table programs
includes a women's division, a
Holy Strokes golf fund-raiser
and a one-hour radio talk show
on WCAR. The Round Table
also promotes police-communi-
ty relations in Detroit through
monthly meetings with police
and citizens.

The monumental hit
"Somewhere Over the Rain-
bow," immortalized by Judy
Garland in The Wizard of
Oz, was composed by Jewish
songwriter Howard Arlen.

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