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8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, June 2, 2003
the michigan daily

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B AMN
Continued from Page 1
"not for the University diversity
(argument)but a victory coming
out of the April 1 organizing."
This leadership conference is
c limperative, said BAMN national
leader Shanta Driver. She added
that the next six months are going
to be critical for whether the move-
ment grows or not.
Massie said his group has
"learned lessons in the past" from
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general public, APIS is used for clas-
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60s and 70s and "don't intend to
shut down until there is total inte-
gration and-equality."
But while many groups on cam-
pus are also in favor of affirmative
action, not all of them agree with
BAMN's practices.
"While the majority of democrats
support affirmative action we feel
BAMN is a polarizing force on cam-
pus. We prefer to engage in activism
without alienating anyone that dis-
agrees with us," Jennifer Nathan
said, an LSA senior and Chair-
woman of the College Democrats.
ancient texts, mostly in Greek and
Latin, from Egypt written in ink on
papyrus, as well as on pot-shards,
wooden tablets, parchment and
linen, Gagos said.
The field involves deciphering these
texts (along with texts from other parts
of the world that are now Italy, Jordan,
and Israel), translating them and set-
ting them into their socio-historical
contexts, Gagos added.
APIS said they will continue to
grow and add new collections.
Some other universities have already
expressed interest in joining and becom-
ing members of the APIS.
These interested universities are
the University of Crete, Greece and
the Freer Gallery of the Smithson-
ian, Gagos added.
APIS can be accessed by the general 4
public at wwwcolumbia.edu/dlc/apis.

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