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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 20, 1988
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fired."
Engineering Rep. Scott Denmark,
a first-year student, said MSA could
not decide for the student body
whether Steiner should resign.
But Bruce Belcher, parliamentar-
ian member and Rackham student,
disagreed. "I'm not sure that's the
important point," he said. "Steiner's
acts were racist. Is fighting racism
more important than having student
support?"
Social Work Rep. William
Holmes said, "To request a resigna-

tion of Dean Steiner would send out
a strong message to would b e
racists," he said.
In January, LSA released the
minutes of the September meeting
of its departmental chairs in which
Steiner described his plan to promote
affirmative action in faculty hiring.
"Our plan is not to change this Uni-
versity into another kind of institu-
tion where minorities would natu-
rally flock in much greater num-
bers," he said.
Steiner has said that the com-
ments were taken out of context.
And several professors have defended
his character.

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Tibbs responded that, as
president, Williams does have the
authority to speak for BSU and was
backed unanimously by the
executive committee of the group.
LaVeist agreed with the
allegations of Williams and Wallace.
"That's pretty much the reason why
I left," he said. "They (UCAR) got
away from their original intent."
"It's no longer a movement
against racism. It's a movement
against racism, classism, sexism,
militarism, and heterosexism."

- Daily staffers Kery Murakami
and Jim Poniewozik contributed to
this story.
Files show new
evidence in
RFK shooting
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -
More than 2,400 photographs from
the assassination of Robert Kennedy
were unaccountably destroyed nearly
20 years ago, officials said yesterday
as they opened to the public for the
first time the long-secret police files.
There was no explanation in the
50,000 pages of documents why the
pictures were burned.

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A series of events honoring graduates
of the University of Michigan Class of
1988
Senior Happy Hour
The University Club*
Wednesday, April 20
4:00pm - 8:00pm
Free Admission
Swing Out Party
Michigan Union Ballroom
Friday, April 22
9:00pm - 1:00am
Featuring: The Difference
$2.00 cover

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The University President's Reception
for the class of '88, alumni,
friends and family
The Alumni Center
Friday, April29
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Jazz on the Terrace
for the class of '88, alumni,
-friends and family
The University Club Terrace.
Friday, April 29
9:30pm - 1:00am
Featuring: Third Stage Jazz Band
Cash Bar
Free Admission
For more information call Campus
Information Center at 763-INFO
The UnrerSt Club s a ere
club for students. faxuth, staff
alurnnand thenr accompoanied
guests Only mnembers may
purtchase alcohol

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said that recently the emphasis has
recently focused more on just
racism. This, he said, is more in line
with the demand for a mandatory
class on racism made by the United
Coalition Against Racism a year
ago. The class will also deal with
sexism.
BUT ORGANIZERS don't
expect the class to end racial ten-
sions: "It won't convert racists into
non-racists," Kimmeldorf said, but

"maybe we'll create a climate of
more tolerance here on campus."
The University is not the only
one in the country to consider a class
on racism. Stanford changed its first-
year Western Civilizations require-
ment to include literature of women
and minorities, calling the class
"Culture, Ideas, Values." U.S.
Secretary of Education William
Bennett, quoted in the New York
Times yesterday, condemned the
change, saying a vocal minority
group forced Stanford into starting
the class.
Peter Sporn, a lecturer in internal
medicine, said the faculty group has

been working in conjunction with
UCAR in planning the class. Refer-
ring to Bennett, Sporn said the
secretary's accusations were
"ludicrous."
THE PLANNING group is
designing the class only for LSA,
but other units are creating their own
plans to address the problem of
racism. College of Engineering Dean
Charles Vest said that the college is
not planning a specific course on
racism, but is considering other
ways to look at racism in the con-
text of engineering.
In engineering, a project funded
by the college, students talk with

engineering student groups about
minorities and women in engineer-
ing, Vest said. In the end, the stu-
dents will produce a videotape.
Executive officers have been dis-
cussing a variety of approaches to
combatting racism on campus, said
Robin Jacoby, interim assistant to
the president of the University. A
class is just one of those approaches.
Administrators have withheld com-
ment not because they are trying to
delay starting the course but because
they want clarification of plans, she
said.
"You can't solve all the problems
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