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an appearance during the conference, it is still
unknown if and when he will arrive. BAMN
members said the most likely day for Jackson
to come is Friday, when there will be a noon
rally on the Diag.
Friday is also the day when students from
various high schools, including Cass Techni-
cal High School in Detroit and Thurgood
Marshall Academic High School in San Fran-
cisco, are scheduled to visit campus.
The conference will address civil rights issues
including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered
rights, women's rights, living wages, workers'rights
and environmental problems.
"We're building a movement
these different issues," said Ra
ca Curtin, a member of BAM
out of it with a real national net
BAMN members are hop
will lead to a more power
nationalizing local struggle
national student and civil
"The purpose of the con
together and coordinate,
Curtin said. "It's going to b
While various University st
are supporting the conference,
Minority Affairs Commission,
pate in the conference.
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that will fight for all "The reason why were not supporting it is struggles" at other schools.
ckham student Jessi- because there has been no relationship Representatives from 36 other colleg
N. "We plan to come between BAMN and MAC ," said MAC co- some as far away as Florida and Caiforn
work." chair Monique Luse, an RC junior. "There have registered for the conference. The
ing the conference really wasn't a commission to be established versities include Colorado State Univer
ful movement by towards the end of the year to support it or University of Texas at Austin, University
s and bringing the not." California at Berkeley, University of Flori
rights movements Curtin traveled with RC junior Ben Royal and Michigan State University.
and BAMN organizers Caroline Yong and On Saturday, representatives will report
ference is to pull Tonya Troy to schools across the Midwest and activist movements at their schools. The g
that movement," East Coast - including New York University, of the conference is to get together a plan
e an action-orient- the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, action by Sunday, as well as drum up supp
Harvard University, Brown University, and for a national march on Washington on eith
tudent organizations Pennsylvania State University - to recruit Martin Luther King Day or during Black
others, including the student activists and hand-deliver a resolution tory Month. Most of the conference will
chose not to partici- passed earlier this month by the Michigan place in Hutchins Hall room 100 in the L
Student Assembly in support of the "student School.
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