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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-23

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program chair Jerry Rosenfeld of
Southfield, who works as a real
estate consultant with government
agencies;
"Every panelist was excellent," he
said. "People stuck around a long
time to talk to them and to discuss
their ideas."
Across town at the Birmingham
Community House, Dr. Nathan
Rutstein of Amherst, Mass., was
keynote speaker at Birmingham-
Bloomfield's 12th annual Martin
Luther King Celebration. The event
was co-sporisored by the
Birmingham Bloomfield Area Race
Relations & Diversity Task Force.
"Racism is ignorance," Dr.
Rutstein told about 250 community
members. "We are all members of
the same family."
Founder of the internationally
known Institute for the Healing of
Racism, Dr. Rutstein spent the early
part of his career as a network jour-

nalist. He has authored 16 books,
including five on race relations.
After his keynote address, he led a
workshop on "Uniting Humanity at
a Time of War and Terrorism."
Among the four other workshops
was "Leaps of Faith: The Faith
Community Responds to Diversity,"
led by Steve Spreitzer, interfaith
coordinator -for the Michigan Region
of the National Conference for
Community and Justice.
"I was really, struck by the planners
and members of the Birmingham-
Bloomfield community," Spreitzer
said. "Birmingham has gone from
being a place that merely tolerates
diversity to a place that is truly wel-
coming, that has programs and con-
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schools that can serve as an example
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