Blanche Feiman in panel discussion of 'Prejudice' - 29 Mar 1973, p. 13 col. 4

from The Daily Reporter (Dover, Ohio) first part

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Blanche Feiman in panel discussion of 'Prejudice' - 29 Mar 1973, p. 13 col. 4 - Another highlight of the afternoon was a panel...
Another highlight of the afternoon was a panel discussion on the subject "Prejudice," presented by a panel of four women from a group of 16 women known as "American Women." The group travels around presenting discussions on controversial subjects.. The panel, known as "Panel of American Women," represented a Catholic, a Jew, a black and a Protestant. Mrs. Blanch Feiman of Canton presented the Jewish side of the picture and told of incidents in her life which have shown prejudice against "someone different.'' She reminded the audience of the Jewish saying "If I will be like you, who will be like me?" and noted that Judaism is not just a culture, it is a way of life. Mrs. Nancy Boylan, a Catholic, also told of her experiences in discrimination. She summed up her comments with the statement "I want our children to grow up with an understanding, love, re-

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  2. 29 Mar 1973, Thu,
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  • Blanche Feiman in panel discussion of 'Prejudice' - 29 Mar 1973, p. 13 col. 4 — from The Daily Reporter (Dover, Ohio) first part

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