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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 17, 1990 - Page 7
Panel finds fw gains

Dearborn
Continued from Page 1
before the event to find someone
willing to speak on the panel. They
failed to find a speaker because of the
I short notice they were given.
"But the time factor was bad,"
said Kim Gasaway, President of the
University of Dearborn's National
Organization of Women.
SAY IT IN THE ...
DAILY
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Wilson said the letter had nothing
to do with the cancelling of the pro-
gram. She said the committee was
still trying to put the forum together
the night before the event.
"At 8:00 o'clock, the night be-
fore the program, a subcommittee of
students on their own was attempt-
ing to put together a program that

would represent the entire Univer-
sity," she said.
"A committee of adults and stu-
dents were charged with representing
the entire campus, and they weren't
able to do it," Wilson said. "I could
not represent their effort as some-
thing the University could support."

for

Blacks since

1974

by Rob Kraft
For fifty years, Blacks have
seen both the high and low sides in
their attempts to gain economic and
social equality. These were some of
the conclusions of 15 prominent re-
searchers on the status of Black
Americans between 1940 and 1987.
Five of the researchers presented
their results last night during a panel
discussion at the Rackham Graduate
School.
In a packed conference room,
three University professors, a Uni-
versity of Wisconsin sociology pro-
fessor, and Dolores Parron, of the
U.S. Department of Health and Hu-
man Services, each offered interpreta-
tions on the findings of a recently
published 600 page report, A Com-
mon Destiny: Blacks and American
Society.
According to the report, Blacks
were better off economically in the
40s and 60s, but since 1974, "the

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economic status of Blacks relative to
whites has, on average, stagnated or
deteriorated."
Psychology Prof. James Jackson,
one of the authors of the report and
moderator of the discussion, outlined-
the general findings of the report. He
said political and social activism of
Blacks has led to an enhanced legal
status for Blacks. But, he added, a
resistance to social change by whites
and the broader changes in the U.S.
economy since 1974 have prevented
Blacks from achieving full equality
in society.
Professor Jackson called the pe-
riod between 1974 and 1990 a
"retrogression" in the economic sta-
tus of Blacks, explaining that a
"substantial majority" of Blacks re-
main impoverished.
Sociology Professor Reynolds
Farley agreed, citing evidence on the
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trends of poverty. He said one third
of all Blacks today are below the
poverty level of $12,000 with 11
percent for whites.
Lawrence Bobo, professor of so-
ciology at the University of Wiscon-
sin, agreed, adding racial discrimina-
tion as the primary cause of this dis-
parity. While both Blacks and whites
speak of the "broad goal of achieving
an integrated society," he said,
whites possess a "non-trivial sensi-
tivity" toward integration and "fault
Blacks for the problems" of inequal-
ity. Bobo said there are differing and
often opposing views between
Blacks and whites on the definitions
of equality and the reasons for a still
largely segregated society. But he
cited the various forms of racial dis-
crimination by whites as the chief
problem, saying that "no other so-
cial factor is more important" in the
history of Black-Americans.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED FOR FALL 90. 1 room in hse/apt
near Central Campus. Call Mark 995-5109
ANNOUNCEMENTS
THE KOREAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION
will resume language classes. Thurs 1/18
7pm, MLB B-12. Al welcome.
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CHEAP DATE lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
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ARTISTS: The First Annual Black Student
Artists' Exhibit takes place Feb 1-23 1990,
and you are invited to submit u to 5'pieces
of your work (all media acc ed. e show
takes place in the Mich. Union Art Lounge,
and artists will be honored at a reception on
Feb 2, 4-6 pm. For further information, call
Helen at 936-2443 (Mich. Union Arts Pro-
gramming).
UM CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS
First Mtg. & Workout Sun. 1-21-90
I -1:00pm in IM Bldg.
** D)ON'T MISS **
WINTER RUSH 1990
January 25th 7pm
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17
Look for details on
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THURSDAY, JAN. 18
Michigan Union Ballroom
7:30 PM
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from 4 to 10 PM
Monday through Thursday
from 7 to 10 PM
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Call:Lisa 663-2074 (Leave message)

GOING PLACES
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" Working with other students in a residence hall environment?
" Developing a spirit of community within a residence hall?
* Developing and strengthening skills in group leadership and advising?
" Creating programming for a diverse resident population?
" Developing new lifetime skills and talents?

MONDAY- SA AY
8:3-10 0 m
Chareys

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Resident Staff Selection
Information Meetings
Thursday, January 18, 7-9 pm
Sunday, January 21, 1-3 pm
Both sessions are in MLB Auditorium 3
All new RD, RA/RF/MPA applicants
must attend one of these meetings.
Applications for RA/RFIRD/MPA positions
will be distributed ONLY at these sessions.
For more information contact:
The Residence Education Office
1500 SAB, 763-3161.

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Qualifications
Must be a registered UofM student on the
Ann Arbor campus during period of
employment.
RA/RF/RD/MPA/Trotter House Staff: Must
have completed minimum of four terms or its
equivalent and 48 undergraduate credit
hours by end of spring term 1990.
Undergraduate applicants must have at least
a 2.50 cumulative GPA at the time of
application. Graduate students must be in
good academic standing at the time of
application.
Computer Trainers, Head Librarians and
GSTA Resident Fellows have different
eligibility requirements.

Positions Available
Resident Directors
Asst. Resident Directors
Minority Peer Advisors
Head Librarians
Resident Advisors
ResComp Computer Trainers
Trotter House Staff
(U-M Minority Cultural Center)
GSTA Resident Fellows
(Pilot/College Community
Programs Only)'

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