N.c.r.a.c. to Study Anti-semitic Violence and Vandalism
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N.c.r.a.c. to Study Anti-semitic Violence and Vandalism

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How Jewish organizations and Jewish communities may prevent and guard against anti-Semitic violence, vandalism and threats will be the subject of a three-day conference here of the Committee on Reassessment of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, it was announced today by Bernard H. Trager, NCRAC chairman. Irving Kane of Cleveland has accepted appointment as chairman of the Committee on Reassessment. The three-day parley will start December 12.

Among the questions to be discussed at the conference will be the following: How important, in the total community relations picture, are such problems as anti-Semitic violence, threats, vandalism, propaganda? What are their underlying causes? How can Jewish organizations and communities most effectively prevent and protect against these dangers? A number of experts will participate with the members of the committee in discussing these problems, Mr. Trager said.

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