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News Brief

August 17, 2001
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U.S. Jews are split over the state of relations with blacks, according to a new survey by the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. The survey found that 51 percent of Jews outside of New York City consider Jewish/black relations fair or poor, while 37 percent think them excellent or good. Blacks were more optimistic, with 41 percent rating relations with Jews as fair or poor and 43 percent as excellent or good.

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