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January 14, 1994 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-14

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onday, which is Mar-
tin Luther King Jr.
Day, the Jewish com-
munity has special
reasons to join celebrations in
honor of the peerless voice of the
American civil rights move-
ment. For not only was Dr. King
the acknowledged leader in
breaking the barriers to inte-
gration, he also was a strong
supporter of the Soviet Jewry
movement, an advocate of a se-
cure and independent Israel,
and an outspoken opponent of
anti-Semitism.
Because Martin Luther King
Jr. believed achieving freedom
for Soviet Jews was similar to
the black struggle against op-
pression, he became an early
advocate on behalf of their
cause. He publicly sought sup-
port to re-establish the "reli-
gious and cultural freedom" of
the Soviet Jewish community.
He also urged "that the Soviet
government end all the dis-
criminatory measures against
the Jewish community."
In 1966, Dr. King addressed
by telephone hook-up dozens of
Soviet Jewry Human Rights
rallies across the United States.
In his compelling remarks, he
indicated that "Jewish history
and culture are part of every-
one's heritage" and that the So-
viet government deprived
Jewish communal life of the el-
ementary needs required to sus-
tain even a modest existence.
He admonished his fellow

Americans not to "sit compla-
cently by the wayside" while
Jews in the Soviet Union faced
the possible dissolution of their
spiritual and cultural life.
With remarks such as these,
Dr. King helped play a signifi-
cant role in legitimizing the ef-
fort to alleviate the plight of
Soviet Jews and in moving it

Rev. King
believed that
blacks' freedom
is tied to
the right of
all groups to
live in peace,
free from
discrimination
and oppression.

from the fringe of our society's
concerns to the center. In a pe-
Hod when Soviet Jews enjoyed
little American support or sym-
pathy, Dr. King's backing
helped make the movement on
behalf of them multi-racial,
multi-religious and multi-eth-
nic.
Dr. King was outspoken in
his commitment to a secure and
independent Israel. The day be-

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