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August 14, 1987 - Image 2

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Page 2--The Michigan Daily, Friday, August 14, 1987
Festival spotlights
women artisans
By DAHLIA DEAN reflect women's feelings about the
The Women's Crisis Center in 42nd anniversary of the bombing of
Ann Arbor sponsored their first an- Nagasaki, Japan during WWII, along
nual Free Women's Music and Crafts with attitudes toward today's nuclear
Festival last Sunday. The festival - weapons.
held at West Park - was intended to "Women's feelings were reflected
provide women musicians, perform- in poetry and songs specifically
ers, and artisans an opportunity to related to violence against women
display their talents in a relaxed, fes- and the earth, nuclear weapons and
tival atmosphere. United States Government's use of
"Women as a whole are not of- nuclear weapons," said one anony-
fered as many chances to perform as mous volunteer at the Women's Cri-
are men," said Karen Cooper, one of sis Center.
the festival's coordinators. Cooper Marjorie Winklewicca, a Peace
estimates that 250 to 300 women at- March participant, also addressed
tended the festival, and approximately women's feelings about the 42nd an-
12 men. niversary of Hiroshima. Winklewicca
Throughout the day women arti- discussed the abuses connected with
sans were selling Guatemalan wrist- violence in society, war and the op-
bands, T-shirts proudly displaying -pression of women and minorities.
messages like 'Aging is beautiful', Local and national peace and so-
other forms of apparel, and fortune cial change groups displayed
readings. Folk, dance, women's, and information about their activities at
sing-a-long music accompanied the the festival.
craft displays. The Women's Crisis Center, ree-
"It opened us up to the communi- ognized as one of the first rape cen-
ty and now, as a result more people ters in the country, has been in Ann
know about us. In addition, a lot of Arbor since 1972. As a non-profit,
people who came by had a really grassroots organization, it is sup-
good time," said Cooper. ported by contributions from com-
The festival was also designed to munity members.

S p i Sh spashDaily Photo by SCOTT LUTUCHY
Splish splash OiyPoob
Three-year old Matthew Stinson splashes his mother Laura and eight month old sister Rachel as they wait
for their father, Russell, outside Burton Tower.
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"The police are the biggest item
in our budget, and we ought to be
paying attention to them in great
detail," said councilmember Kathy
Edgren (D-Fifth Ward).
Police accountability for cases of
alleged misconduct surfaces periodi-
cally in council, often in response to
student complaints about police

procedures during political demon-
strations. But several charges of po-
lice brutality and racism in the last
few months have brought the issue
to a new head.
Several students lodged com-
plaints of brutality against the police
after a group of more than thirty of-
ficers dispersed a crowd of 1,000
people gathered on Church Street af-
ter the Art Fairs July 25. The com-
plainants testified at last week's city
council meeting that officers hit or
pushed them during the police ac-
The students who testified say

they are determined to fight for some
form of police accountability. Jon
Bhushan, an MSA business school
representative who testified to coun-
cil last week, said he would be will-
ing to agree to a bipartisan review
panel made up of councilmembers if
the council did not approve a citi-
zens' committee.
But some Republicans say the
most important issue that emerged
from the incident on Church Street
is not how to control police behav-
ior, but how to control the
potentially violent crowds which
congregate after the Art Fairs.

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