A Journey to South Africa

By Leonard Fein

Moment Magazine, April 1980

Fein describes a trip to South Africa he took in February, discussing racism and the Jewish community. He acknowledges the crisis of the South African Jewish community -- that they benefit from the discriminatory policies of the government -- and argues that the justifications for segregation, while they are not evil, are wrong.

Topic: Black-Jewish Relations, Civil Rights, Israel-Diaspora Relations, Day Schools, Community Relations, Prejudice, Social Issues, Religious Denominations, Segregation, Diaspora Relations, Equality, Aliyah, Immigration, Diaspora, Racism, African Jews, Education, Discrimination, Apartheid, Integration

Name of Publication: Moment Magazine

Page Number(s): 15-21

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Genre: Article

Coverage: Israel , South Africa , United States

Language: English

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Fein, Leonard. A Journey to South Africa. Moment Magazine. Moment Magazine. April 1980: 15-21. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=14906


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