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The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 13, 1992- Page 7

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- DETROIT (AP) - More than
7,500 people packed a Detroit
church yesterday to mourn beating
victim Malice Green and urge that
Otis death bring about change in
racial relations.
In an eloquent eulogy more about
racism and the ills of society than
Green, The Rev. Charles Adams
-alled for an alliance of all people to
'fight against society's injustices.
r "The blood of Malice Green is
crying out for America to pay atten-
tion to its cities," Adams told the
crowd at Hartford Missionary
INaptist Church. "There will be no
peace in the city until there are jobs
in the city."
Green was bludgeoned with
ashlights after two plainclothes of-
ficers approached him in his car
~arked near a suspected crack co-
ine house on Nov. 5. Police Chief
' Stanley Knox has said five other of-
dicers watched or took part in the
' All seven officers, one black and
: six whites, were suspended without
: ay-
Wayne County Prosecutor John
;9'Hair has received a police report
"n Green's death but won't decide
twhether to seek criminal charges
# ntil late next week, his office said.
Knox this week ordered a review
* pf the personnel files of the entire
police force to flag citizen com-
rplaints, complaints from prisoners
{about treatment during an arrest and
any incident in which an officer fired
:a gun.
*i Joann Watson, Detroit NAACP
executive director, announced
tyesterday a public forum to take
place on Sunday, led by the national
Ichapter of the NAACP, to rally
* support for more local control over
olicies on police conduct.
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lhave had second thoughts."
"All other mascots are animals
with the exceptions of those with
animal names. When you think
about it, hell, we're in the same cat-
Egory as animals," Whirlwind Horse
Hill said this is due in part be-
,cause people are not aware of Native
Americans as people who still exist.
'"When you read books or hear peo-
ple talking, it's always in the past
" nse. People don't realize we're still
live and that's the root of our prob-
SV"she said.
UI will have a campus referen-
um in the spring, asking students if
eschooil should change the
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cause shame to be felt by ,the very
, people it was seeking to honor,"
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