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October 25, 2002 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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THE ISSUE

Calling for universities to divest
their holdings in companies that do
business with Israel is the latest tac-
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occupation of the West Bank and
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Meanwhile, the $12 million freed
up by the lower estimate for school
security is being funneled into other
areas designated as priorities, includ
ing medical and psychological aid
for "vulnerable populations."
To date, the UJC has allocated
$131 million, including the $8 mil-
lion for school guards and the $18
million announced last week.
Other funds have been allocated
to:
• Argentine aliyah, providing
$7,000 for each individual immi-
grant to be used for housing, tutor-
ing and employment training ($35
million);
• day camps for almost 300,000
children, including those with spe-
cial- needs, this past summer, in a
program that was run by the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee ($25 million);
• after-school programs that began
early this month, with special pro-
gramming for immigrant children
($16 million);
• special programs designated by
local federations, such as the Victims
for Terror Fund, which provides
grants for families with needs unmet
by the government ($29 million).

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