WASHINGTON (AP) - The Rev.
Jesse Jackson, saying the inaugural is
"not all private airplanes and
limousines," held his own parade
yesterday and said his Rainbow
Coalition would press its demands "un-
t^ jobs, peace and justice rule this
-"It's time to march. It's time to act.
It's time to move. It's time for a
change," Jackson told a racially-mixed
noontime crowd of some 750 at
Farragut Square, several blocks from
the White House.
"OUR APPEAL may not get through
to the president . . . but we shall fight
until justice is done and all of God's
children have a house and an education
and health care and a chance to live in
peace and justice and self-respect,"
said Jackson, an unsuccessful can-
didate for the Democratic presidential
Jackson was joined by Gary, Ind.,
Mayor Richard Hatcher, who said the
administration's policies are in part Father
responsible for his city's prolonged Faatr
double-digit unemployment rate. dayat
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for removal of
By JIM GRANT
Support is building for the overthrow
of the Marcos government in the
Philippines, an official from the
Nationalist Alliance for Justice yester-
day told a group of 20 people gathered
in Lane Hall.
"The very day independence was
given, it was taken back," said Father
Jose Dizon, deputy secretary general of
the Nationalist Alliance for Justice. He
said that the Philippine people have
realized that they are "not a free
PHILIPPINOS currently live under a
martial law system imposed by the
Marcos government in 1972. Last May
was the first instance of free elections
in years, according to Dizon.
But these elections did not bring
about the political change that was
needed to free the people from the
poverty which is oppressing them,
"Eight hundred thousand Philippinos
are laid-off and 80 percent of those who
do have work receive salaries below the
poverty line," he said.
Dizon said that the Marcos gover-
nment shows a lack of concern for the
unemployment and poverty problems
in the country. He said the rapid for-
mation of opposition groups composed
of educated citizens is the only way to
influence the next elections to be held
two years from now.
"With an educated people, a tyrant
can never succeed," Dizon said.
A democratic coalition of these
groups could better represent the views
of the people, Dizon said, because "no
single force represents all the
aspirations of the people."
Dizon's speech was one in a series of
speeches nationwide sponsored by the
Alliance for Philippine Concerns.
Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Jose Dizon, deputy secretary general of the Nationalist Alliance for Justice, Freedom, and Democracy, yester-
Lane Hall said that the Marcos government in the Philippines is insensitive to the problems of poverty and
oyment in that country.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and the Michigan Student Assembly will spon-
sor the 4th Annual tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at 4 p.m. in the Men-
delessohn Theater in the Michigan League. Among the featured speakers
will be Johnny Ford and Jemadari Kamara.
Alt Act.-Nine Months, 7 p.m., Angell, Aud.B.
Cinema Guild-Bicycle Thief, 7 & 9:05 p.m., Nat Sci Aud.
Michigan-Gone With The Wind, 3 &7 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Mediatrics-True Confessions, 7 & 9 p.m., MLB 4.
Hill St.-The Oddessa File, 7 & 9 p.m., Hill St. Cinema
U-Club-Young Frankenstein, 7 p.m. dinner 5:30 p.m., Union.
School of Music-Percussion recital, Paul Harkins, 4p.m., School of Music
Recital Hall; double bass recital, R. Trent Hellerstein, 8 p.m., School of
Music Recital Hall.
Campus Ecumenical Center-Gary Hawes, "U.S. and Southeast Asia,
Phillippines, and Indo-China," noon, International Center, 603 E. Madison
His House Christian Fellowship-Dinner 6:30 p.m. Bible Study 7 p.m., 925
E. Ann Street.
Nectarine Ballroom-"Star Tracking", 9 p.m. 510 E. Liberty Street.
Lutheran Campus Ministry-Worship, 10:30 a.m., student supper 6 p.m.,
Lord of Light, corner Hill Street and Forest Street.
Interviews for Camp Staff positions at Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute in
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, 2 p.m., Hillel House, 1429 Hill Street.
AEISEC-Mass meeting for international business management club, 7
p.m., Hale Aud., School of Business.
Comedy Company will hold a Mass meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Kuenzel
Room of the Michigan Union. Students interested in auditioning, writing or
in technical and production assistance are encouraged to attend.
Near Eastern & North African Studies-The Cruel Sea, 7 p.m., Aud. B,
School of Music-Dance, Gay Delanghe, 8:00 p.m., Kerrytown Concert
House, 415 North Fourth Ave.
Near Eastern and North African Studies-Len Suransky, Nevei Shalom
Settlement and School for Peace Movement in Israel, noon, Lane Hall Com-
Gerentology, Geriatric Medicine, Human Growth and Development-Lois
Verbrugge & Frank Ascione, "How Older People Treat Their Symptoms,"
1:30 p.m., room 3121, 3rd level, 400 N. Ingalls Street.
Chemistry-William LaBarge, "Fragment Molecular Orbitals in Organ-
metallics: The Isobal Analogy", 4 p.m. room 1200, Chemistry Building.
Computing Center-Forrest Hartmann, "Intro to Display Terminals,"
3:30-5 p.m., 165 Business Administration; Jim Sweeton, "Intro to
MTS-MTS Commands, Message MTS Files," 7 p.m., room 2235 Angell Hall.
Russian and East European Studies-Robert Daniels, "The Russian
Revolution and Socialism", 4 p.m. East Conference Room, Rackham
Asian American Association-6:30 p.m. Trotter House.
Student Alumni Council-7 p.m., Alumni Center.
Christian Science Organization-7:30 p.m., Michigan League.
Washtenaw Association for Retarded Citizen-High Point Caretorium,
1735 South Wagner Rd., Ann Arbor.
Mime troupe-Open auditions, 7:30p.m., room 2518, Frieze Building.
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Get into concerts for free,
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Stand on the sidelines at- U of M
Impress members of the opposite sex (or
the same sex, if you prefer).
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