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H ATE CR IM ES A proactive response to hate crimes involves DPS is interested in helping (hate crime victims)."
both victims and law enforcement, Chang said. DPS shift supervisor Gary Hicks said the depart-
Continued from Page 3A "I think on this campus, I really want the administra- ment does take hate crimes seriously and aids vic-
hate crime. During his speech, LSA junior Joel tion to address hate crimes as an important issue, as tims by providing counseling, direct assistance and
Weltman said Michigan's hate crime legislation well as the (Department of Public Safety)," she said. help with conducting forums to discuss the problem.
does not include sexual orientation and only 29 "Under-reporting is a very big problem with hate But LSA freshman Ryan Fisher said the Uni-
states recognize sexuality as a motive for crimes. crimes - a lot of hate crimes go unreported. I think it versity should not take an active role in prevent-
Speakers and students felt that hate crimes hit would be good to have some sort of awareness cam- ing hate crimes, and cannot do more to protect

closer to home than most students realize.

paign sponsored by the administration to show that certain groups from hate crimes.

SANKOFA
Continued from Page 3A
along with scholarship athletes, threatened Tripp
but supported him when they were needed.
"I didn't have the money to buy the chains to
chain the doors - but the fraternity did," Tripp
said, referring to an incident when the protesters
locked themselves inside the former administration
building, which is now the LSA Building.
Deborah Greene of the Office of the Vice Presi-
dent for Communications said that the students
arrived at dawn and locked themselves in the build-
ing until they were discovered shortly thereafter.
The negotiating committee, lead by Tripp, request-
ed to speak with President Fleming.
The Michigan Daily printed publications from
Tripp under the name "Richard X" in a time when
many opposed the paper's role in the movement.
the michigan daily

"The Daily was the one who got me attention
from people who were black, white, graduate stu-
dents and others," Tripp said.
Tripp reiterated the fact that he was not able to
act alone in his campaign. "Remember this -
Richard Tripp didn't type. That meant that other
people had to type (the letters) for him," he said.
One of the main purposes of the Sankofa Sym-
posium was to expose students to insight from past
activists like Tripp. "We can build from what
(Tripp) did," LSA sophomore Joi Jordan said. "As a
student, you have to go above and beyond, and take
their resilience from the past."
Tripp ended his talk with the advice, "You can't
quit. That's my philosophy. You can't quit."
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HOUSING
Continued from Page 3A
Singapore is going to have a different perspective on democ-
racy than a student from Japan, than a student from Cana-
da," he said. Fotis said that if money were no object, he
would appropriate funds for student leadership travel.
Diane Nafranowicz, chair of the search committee, said
Fotis' international experience added to his qualifications.
"I would say that I'm very comfortable with the way he
interpreted the question and used it to do what all interviews
should do, which is showcase the things that he's proud of
and the highlights of his very long career," she said.
Amy Keller, president of Residence Halls Association and
one of the two students on the committee, said she was
impressed by the quality of all four candidates who present-
ed last week. "They all had experience with capital improve-
ment. They were all very student focused. ... But each one
has a very different personality that makes them stand out."

KUCINICH
Continued from Page 1A
ic opponents. Former Vermont Governor
Howard Dean, for example, has prof-
fered a deal that would give college stu-
dents $6,000-credits toward their tuition
bills, while Sen. John Edwards' "College
for Everyone" plan would cover stu-
dents' first year of tuition fees if they
first commit to a college preparatory
program in junior high school.
Kucinich's other proposed education
changes include decreasing class sizes,
increasing teachers' pay, renovating
facilities and providing job training for
those who do not attend college.
"I am going to change the priorities in
America," he added.
Turning to health care, Kucinich said
the biggest problem with the current
system is its profit-driven nature. "We
have $1.6 trillion in the system, but not
all of it is used for health care. ... It is
used for such things as stock options and
salaries," he said.
"A Kucinich administration would
establish streamlined national health
insurance, enhanced Medicare for all,"

the candidate's website says, referring to
his plan to deliver universal health care.
"We need a transformation. This
would dramatically help young people
who are worried about care if they
should get sick:',Kucinich said.
Kucinich, who won a seat on the
Cleveland City Council at age 23 aiid
was elected mayor of Cleveland at age
31, said it is never too early to become
involved in the political process. "Just
because you are young, you don't have
to wait. The young people are fully
capable of participating in the deci-
sion-making process," he said.
Besides believing that the United
States should withdraw troops from Iraq
ahd give control to the United Nations,
Kucinich has advocated forming a U.S.
Department of Peace.
Kucinich visited Ann Arbor in a Dec.
5, 2003, when he was received by about
100 student supporters in the Michigan
League's Courtyard Garden. On Dec.
24, the Federal Elections Committee
said that Kucinich, who has raised
almost $3.5 million, was eligible for fed-
eral matching funds, entitling him to get
up to $18.6 million, Fox News reported.

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