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ederation's Alliance for Jewish Education
Opening The Doors Program

15th Annual Anita Naftaly
Family Circle Conference

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Practical and Powerful
Strategies to Help
Children Succeed

Planning Committee

Elissa Berg
Ellen Yashinsky Chute
Susie Citrin
Arlene Cohen
Darcy Eisenberg
Julie Eisman
Linda Friedman
Robyn Glickman
Shirlee Wyman Harris
Carol Kaczander
Nancy Kaufman
Dr. Daniel Klein

Rabbi Joseph Krakoff
Elise Levinson
Andee Liberman
Rabbi Jason Miller
Ann Patronik
Mary Rosen
Dina Rudashevski
Amy Seidman
Bassie Shemtov
Dr. Steven Spector
Chaya Leah Tinman
Amy Wise

Co-Sponsors

Isabelle Beaulieu, Ph.D.
Behavior Assessments
Beaumont Children's Hospital,
Center for Human Development
Jeffrey Betman, Ph.D.
Susie Citrin
Julie Eisman, M.A.
Federation's Alliance for Jewish Education
Opening the Doors Special Education
Partnership Program
The Friendship Circle
JARC
JVS
Child and Family Solutions Center
Learning Disabilities Clinic, Inc.
Lindamood•Bell Learning Processes
David Maiseloff, LMSW, ACSW
The Michigan Board of Rabbis
Ilene Nemer
Adam B. Plotnick, Ph.D.
Dr. Steven Spector
Walnut Lake Preschool

Special Thanks To:

Henry Ford Health System
Dept. of Pediatrics
Jewish Family Service
Kadman Children's
Center
Anita Naftaly Family
Circle Fund

Questions?

(248) 6424260 ext. 533
britvanCiltInd.org

For online registration:
jewishdetroit. ortifamilycircle

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led by then-Undersecretary of
State Karen Hughes.
Because of my public criti-
cisms of Israeli government
policies related to the occupa-
tion, I also was labeled as anti-
Semitic. When Ambassador
Daniel Kurtzer, an Orthodox Jew,
and Secretary of State Hillary
Rodham Clinton criticized the
occupation, they were labeled
anti-Israel.
The biggest weapon of the
detractors? On 9-11, just hours
after the horrific terrorist attacks,
I was interviewed on a local radio
show in Los Angeles right after a
guest "expert" stated that Islam
was the prime suspect. In react-
ing to that awful stereotype, I
made a mistake. I said that if we
were going to look for suspects,
then we should also put Israel on
the list. It was wrong and I apolo-
gized for it on the same radio
show the very next day as well as
directly to Jewish leaders. It is a
shame that people today continue
to exploit that mistake and do
not want to accept my apology.
What detractors of the peace
process want to do is their busi-
ness, but the future belongs to
those who want to engender
hope for America, especially for
the crucial role it can play in the
Middle East. What the J Street
conference represents is a defin-
ing moment.
I aim to follow the following
Koranic verse in dealing with
hostilities, both here and abroad:
"Good and evil are not equal. So
repel evil with good and the one
with whom you have enmity will
become a close friend."
Far too often, we find ourselves
in the position of calling for
cease-fires in the Middle East.
It's high time we call for one now,
in the United States, so that we
can move on with the important
business of working together
to explore possibilities that can
secure our shared future. LI

featuring

Sandra Rief, M.A.

Sunday,
November 8, 2009

1:00 - Registration
1:30 - Presentation
4:15 - Informal Parent Session

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road, Southfield

Advanced Registration Fee: $20 Walk-in Fee $25

Inattentive, Disorganized,
Uncooperative - Does this describe
some of your children's challenges?
Whether you are a teacher, parent,
mental health practitioner, or
administrator, Sandra Rief will
present valuable practical strategies
and interventions for a student's
success! Sandra's techniques will
help children with ADHD, LD,
and other learning differences
increase on task behavior,
improve self esteem and
strengthen organization and
time management skills for
school and home

Program approved by Michigan Social Work
Continuing Education Collaborative for (2.5)
continuing education clock hours. Approval
Number: 072009-26. MCBAP will award contact
hours. Program identified as RELATED to
Substance Abuse. c.37S is provider (#1130).
Questions: Stephanie Appel (248) 592-2667 or
sappel@jfsdetroit.org

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