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Sntry unqualified to be here;" Smith said. "His
bther assumption is that the University graduates
students who are not prepared. David Jaye comes
from two basic assumptions. I would suggest they
hbve a very racist background."
O'Brien said that affirmative action's goal of
4ttining a diverse campus is not a noble one.

-LOCAL/STATE

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 20, 1997 - 7A

"1 find it very superficial that we are concerned
by how the University looks," O'Brien said.
Audience members also joined in the argu-
ment, including BAMN member Jessica Curtin,
who challenged Jaye to "just say you are a racist
and resegregationist."
"You thought our generation wasn't capable of
doing what generations before us were able to
do," Curtin said. "Well, you were wrong. We will
fight this. That was the worst mistake you ever

made in your life."
Jaye responded by calling Curtin and every
defender of affirmative action "racist" and said
the lawsuit against the University will cause the
end of minority preferences.
"We're going to haul their racist butts to jail,"
Jaye said.
State Rep. Liz Brater (D-Ann Arbor), who sat
in the audience, said the two-hour panel discus-
sion was well organized and allowed people from

all sides of the issue to speak their minds.
"It's a topic for which people have strong feel-
ings," Brater said. "The Women's Issues
Commission did an excellent job moderating it.
It's important to have an open discussion on the
issue."
LSA first-year student Sarah Ratkovich said
she opposes affirmative action because alterna-
tive means of achieving diversity already exist.
"Diversity is extremely important, but creating

diversity at the university level can be better
achieved through improving K-12 education in
the inner cities," Ratkovich said.
Last night's symposium was the third in a four-
day series of educational forums on affirmative
action. The panel discussion was organized by the
Michigan Student Assembly's Women's Issues
Commission and Minority Affairs Commission.
- Dailv Staff Reporter Katie Plona contributed
to this report.

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