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DETROIT (AP) _ A new bill introduced gram Character First! in response to the rash constitutional questions about the separation
jin the state House that would encourage of school shootings nationwide last year, as of church and state. The nro~ram was devel-

The Michigan Daily -- Wednesday, March 22, 2000 -7
Musicmakers

schools to stress manners and character has
some parents and educators worried.
The program would teach students to be
forgiving, generous, sincere, patient, self-con-
trolled, punctual, discrete, diligent, bold, cau-
4ous, sensitive, respectful and honest.
"It's up to the parent to teach values, but so
many of our parents aren't doing it. So the
kids may have to get it from the schools' said
Marie Going who has three children in
Detroit schools.
Rep. Valde Garcia (R-St. Johns) introduced
the legislation that refers to the national pro-

school and community leaders struggle to
address youth violence. The shooting of 6-
year-old Kayla Rolland allegedly by a fellow
first-grader Feb. 29 in Mount Morris Town-
ship heightened the urgency for the legisla-
tion.
Character First! publishes teaching lessons
on such subjects as forgiveness. The organi-
zation claims as many as 700 schools across
the country are using its character instruction
materials.
Critics say the program could lead to the
teaching of religion in public schools, raising

oped by a Christian minister in Chicago.
"This stuff sounds like Hitler's Germany,"
said Emily Rogow, the Metro Detroit director
of the Anti-Defamation League of the Bnai
Brith. "There has to be some room for chil-
dren to think for themselves:'
The bill is expected to be considered next
month by the House education committee.
"You don't need to quote the Bible to use
the character traits from this program. These
are simple, basic traits that all of society is
expected to have," Garcia told The Detroit
News.

CAMPAIGN
Continued from Page 2.
t"We will talk to any student
who is willing to listen to us or
tell us what's important," Erick-
son said.
Blue Party Presidential candi-
date Glen Roe said he agrees that
contact with students is key to
MSA campaign season.
,"Chalking doesn't win votes.
We need to talk to students and
# ake sure we know what mat-
rs to them. We're going door-
to-door, talking to students in
the Greek system and also con-
tacting student groups," Roe
said.
LSA freshman Doug Tietz of
the Wolverine Party said he's
spent the past few weeks going
door-to-door to meet students as
well as postering in the Denni-

son, Frieze, and Modern Lan-
guage buildings.
On Sunday the Wolverine
Party decided to start a 24-hour
campaign push to go along with
their platform of a 24-hour
Union, Central Campus Recre-
ation Building and library.
"This is one of the most
exc'iting things we've done.
We're out there 24 hours per
day to show our commitment to
the campus and our platform,"
Tietz said.
Monique Luse, an RC fresh-
man running with the All Peo-
ples' Party, said her strategy also
involves talking to students.
"I'll have the basic flyers and
buttons, but I'm also going out
and talking to people and trying
to listen to their ideas. This isn't
just about what I want to do,"
Luse said.

Kym Stewart, the presiden-
tial candidate for the All Peo-
ples' Party, said her party
already has a head start
because all of its members are
involved in other student
groups on campus.
"We depend on talking to peo-
ple and finding out what they
need. We want to do as much
active talking as possible to show
our commitment to students,"~
Stewart said.
The Defend Affirmative
Action Party is not only cam-
paigning for chairs on MSA, they
are also campaigning to get stu-
dents to attend the first hearing in
the affirmative action lawsuit tak-
ing place on April 12.
"We are campaigning for MSA
and building the movement at the
same time. DAAP's work is an
element of the movement and it

is important to have interaction,"
said Jessica Curtin, the vice pres-
idential candidate for DAAP.
"The main way to campaign
is to show action by petitioning
and encouraging students to
attend the day in court," said
Agnes Aleobua, who is cam-
paigning with DAAP.
Carolyn Jones, an Education
junior and member of the Friends
Rebelling Against Tyranny Party
said the party will begin cam-
paigning today.
"Every time we tried to chalk,
it rained. Tomorrow we'll have a
root beer keg stand in the Diag
and we'll be giving away con-
doms and no solicitation signs
with monkeys on them for stu-
dents to place on their doors,"
Jones said.
"We figure our platform speaks
for itself," Jones added.

SAM HOLLENSHEAD/Daily
Pete Drescher (left) takes a guitar lesson from Sears Rogers at the Herb David Guitar Center
yesterday.I

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