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The Michigan Daily --Thursday, September 8, 1988 - Page 5

GOALS

Coope rate
Continued from Page 3
WE ALL HAVE the same goals. We all want to
be equally respected for who we are. We are all fighting
racism. So the question then becomes: if we have these
goals, why haven't we seen each other working to-
gether for them? Why haven't I seen your face at my
rally? Why haven't you seen my face at yours? Maybe
we don't think the other's interests are as important as
our own. That's true to an extent. We each come first

to ourselves; our own ideas and beliefs are most
important. But if we all want the same thing, we have
to understand that the fight is also the same. The face
of racism may be different for each of us, but it has al-
ways originated from the same kind of hate. We know
that. We have to acknowledge that we share a common
ground.
What we've been doing is ignoring that common
ground and prioritizing. M y cas e 'rt h n y s,
it comes first, then yours, Utm ro 1; /as ,r hu,
common ground is lost and suddenly everyone is out
for themselves. I'll have my rally and you can have

yours, and rarely do we think that our rallies can sup-
port one another's. We're grappling for our own piece
of the pie, and if we think in those terms, we've al-
ready lost. Instead of realizing we can all share the pie,
we wind up fighting over the last few crumbs. We have
to discard that belief. We have to start putting faith in
one another. If you come to my rally, I'll come to
yours. Support my people, and I'll speak up for yours.
' AN still prioritize. Prioritizing is natural.
P: w can'i niorize to the point of excluding others.
Too often the same fight turns into two different bat-
ties. Sometimes they are opposing battles, fighting for

the attention of everyone else. We have to find our
common ground and hold on to it. We have to learn to
overlook those obstacles that misguide us. help me
fight my fight, and I'll help you with yours, and
maybe along the way we'll find out it's the same one.
-Lim, a graduate student in art, is a member of the
University of Michigan Asian Student Coalition and
the Minority Affairs Committee of the Michigan Stu-
dent Assembly. Harris is chair of the Minority Affairs
Committee and has been a member of the Asian
American Association, UMASC, and the United
Coalition Against Racism.

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