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sity students.
Rackham student Jonathan Lachance, who is studying urban
planning, worked with 11 other University students to look at the
population distribution of blacks and whites in Ann Arbor, Detroit
and Southfield.
Lachance said the Brown case worked to eliminate inequalities
within a district, but eventually growing inequalities arose between
the city and suburbs, such as the disparity between Detroit and
schools in the affluent Grosse Pointe area outside the city.
"It really goes to show that when people have an aversion to
integration, there's always a way to avoid it, by moving to a dif-
ferent city or state. A solution may not be to make laws to dic-
tate areas but to change peoples' ideas about integration,"
Lachance said.
Education students Brighid Dwyer and Angela Locks worked
with other University students to create a curriculum about the
Brown case for the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti school districts. Some
students worked on second and third grade curricula, while others
crafted lessons for high schools about the court case and school
desegregation.
The school projects will be posted on the group's website,
www.umich.edu/~multibts.

LSA senior Ken Nadolski and RC senior Alyse Erman were
part of a group that researched Asian Americans' history in
Detroit.
Their video was used for a conference in Detroit on communi-
ty building and the revitalization of the Chinatown district,
Nadolski said.
Their group spent about five hours a week in the Cass Corridor
neighborhood of Detroit, the site where city officials hope to
rebuild Chinatown. They also drove around the neighborhood to
meet people and see how they lived.
"We learned the story of marginalized communities getting
destroyed," Nadolski said.
Also at the symposium yesterday were members of the pro-
gram Lives of Urban Children and Youth.
"The program is about engaging in meaningful ways with chil-
dren in urban settings and education is a part of it," said LUCY
Director and Education Prof. Stella Raudenbush.
"We got to see the positives and negatives of a homogeneous
school," LUCY participant Melissa Walk said. Walk, an LSA
freshman, worked at Logan Elementary School, where 80 percent
of the population was Hispanic, she said.
The University students participating in the program went to
Detroit to tutor and to "communicate and interact with diverse
groups and individuals through direct experience and intentional
mentoring," according to the LUCY brochure.
"(LUCY) is not just theory - it's a chance to apply what you're

"It really goes to show that
when people have an aversion
to integration, there's always a
way to avoid it, by moving to a
different city or state.
- Jonathan Lachance
Rackham student
reading about and what your teachers are telling you" LSA fresh-
man Amanda Hooper said.
Overall, the theme semester resulted in an increased awareness
of racial inequalities, Young said.
"I think it's been great. We had a really well-thought out calen-
dar of events;" he said.
Some events featured during the semester consisted of a speech
by Linda Brown Thompson and Cheryl Brown Henderson - the
two sisters who inspired the Brown lawsuit - an exhibit on diver-
sity in the Duderstadt Center, a film festival at the Michigan
Theater and a variety of speakers.

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