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October 25, 2002 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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Statehood History

Rabbi Daniel Nevins will devote three
evening community lectures to the great
leaders and movements that paved the
way toward Israeli statehood in 1948.
The programs are planned for 8 p.m.
Wednesdays, Nov. 6, 13 and 20 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The discussions will move from the
medieval poet of Zion, Rabbi Yehudah.
HaLevi, to the cultural and political
manifestations of late 19th century
Zionism, to Herzl, Achad Ha-Am and
others, and the immigration that trans-
formed the Yishuv into an industrious
and hardy autonomous community.
On Nov. 6, Rabbi Nevins will discuss
"The Waves of Immigration (1882-
1948)." The following week he will
explain "The Origins of the Arab-Israel
Conflict." He will conclude with a lec-
ture on "Zionists of All Stripes:
Socialists, Nationalists & Messianists."
There is no charge. Those who plan
to come are asked to call Sheila
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The seventh annual North American
Alliance (NAA) for Jewish Youth
Conference on Informal Jewish
Education will be held in Israel Jan. 7-
13, at the Royal Hotel in the Dead Sea
area. Conference chair for the second
consecutive year is Dina Shtull-Leber,
principal of Hebrew Day School in Ann
Arbor and director of the Judaic pro-
gram at Tamarack Camps.
The conference welcomes all nation-
al, regional and local youth directors and
advisers, camp directors and staff, Israel
program coordinators and recruiters,
Jewish educators, synagogue family edu-
cators, campus professionals and others
serving Jewish youth.
The cost is an all-inclusive package of
$750 for NAA members, including
roundtrip transportation from New
York, hotel, entertainment and three
meals a day for four nights: See
wwwnaajewishyouth.org for informa-
tion. Fellowships are available for full-
time students preparing for the field of
informal Jewish education.

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