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January 15, 1999 - Image 10

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10A The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 15, 1999


'We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane
of dignity and discipline'

-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

last 100 years we have made and seen tremendous
:hange on race related issues ... but there still remains a
led," Williams said.
d he believes the pending lawsuits against the University,
ngevity of minority programs and what he calls the
at is present in education in the K-12 level question racial
:y still maintains.
ssage of continuing the struggle against racism has perme-
e arumd the countrv. Events will also be held at MSU.

said he believes that if students put pressure on the
Ltion for the postponement of classes on other days the
y would probably comply.
ailar demands were made for Columbus day the admin-
would consider doing the same thing," he said.

By Daily Staff Reporters Yael Kohen and Sarah Lewis



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