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RALLY
Continued from Page 1A
they also have wives and daughters and
relatives ... who say 'Do the right thing.'
Public opinion matters," Jackson said.
. In her speech, Stabenow criticized
Bush and promised to defend civil rights
through her position in the Senate.
"We are going to do everything possi-
ble to stop the erosion of civil rights that
affects all of us," Stabenow said. "I'm
very distressed that the president has
tried to play politics and divide people
on this important issue."
In response to the rally, the student
organization Young Americans for Free-
dom held a counter-protest that marched
in front of BAMN supporters.
LSA senior and YAF member Elno-
ra Priest said even though she is a
black woman, she is against race-
based admissions.
"What we need to do is start giving
opportunities to children, giving
money to inner city schools, and I
feel like what the government does
is say, 'We messed up, so we're
going to give you this handout and
then call it even,' but that's not
helping anybody," she said.
U.S. Rep. John Dingell (D-Ann
Arbor) who spoke at a pro-affirmative
action rally on Friday, said there is a
huge social problem that affirmative
action can help alleviate.
"We have a problem on our
hands. We do not yet have full
opportunity for our people. We have
to achieve it. We have to find the
fairest tools possible to achieve that
great end," Dingell said.

PROTEST
Continued from Page 1A
sands of innocent civilians - American
and Iraqi.
"Civil liberties are slowly getting
repressed," said Anti-War Coalition
Member Faried Ibrahim. "It's vastly
becoming un-American."
Ibrahim joined several hundred stu-
dents in a separate march from John
Marshall Park earlier that morning, along
with University students from the Anti-
War Action! and performing arts group,
Watchdog.
"We have chosen to come here to let
our opposition to the war be known to
leaders in D.C. and to the general popu-
lation," said AWA! organizer Yochi
Zakai, a sophomore in the School of
Natural Resources. "This is not just a
couple of radicals, but a mainstream
movement of thousands of people," he
added, as group members assisted him
in inflating a large missile that read
"False Security" on one side, and "This
Is Not The Answer" on the other.
Before marching southeast down

POWELL
Continued from Page 1A
education. There is nothing wrong
with what the University of Michigan
is doing," she said.
Political science Prof. Michael
Traugott said he did find Rice and
Powell's comments unusual, but said
they will not have much impact
because in the end, the Supreme
Court makes the final decision."It's
especially uncommon in this admin-

istration, which places a high priori-
ty on towing the official administra-
tion line," Traugott said, referring to
Powell and Rice's public statements.
"It won't have any effect because
within about six months, the
Supreme Court will have spoken
and that will be the law of the land."
Traugott said he does not think
Powell and Rice are in jeopardy of
losing their positions because the
issue at stake is more strategy-based
rather than issue-based.

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Pennsylvania Avenue, protesters assem-
bled with signs to hear popular speakers
declare motions for peace.
"Let's choose minds over missiles and
negotiation over confrontation," said
Rev. Jesse Jackson in his speech on the
Mall. "We must stop mindless foreign
policy and give peace a chance."
U.S. Rep. John Conyers (D-Detroit)
said billions of dollars would be squan-
dered on a war that could otherwise be
used to shore up the economy.
"Risking all this makes no sense
when there is no imminent threat," he
said. "It was Dr. King who spoke out
against the Vietnamese war, and like the
Vietnamese war, Iraq would be a major
error."
In addition to marching at the rally,
student protesters collaborated at The
George Washington University to set
long-term goals for resisting war. Dur-
ing a Friday night conference, AWA!
members joined students from across
the country to form the Campus Anti-
War Network - a nation-wide coalition
of over 59 colleges, including the Uni-
versity.

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Fraternity Representatives are continuing to recruit
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