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hard to get those numbers back up,"
Jennifer Gratz, executive director
of the Michigan Civil Rights Initia-
tive, said she disagreed with the Uni-
versity's efforts to promote racial or
"(Admission to the University)
should be based on merit, charac-
ter and ability, and (the University)
should not be using race as a factor in
admissions," Gratz said.
However, Lucier defended the
University's use of ethnicity as an
admission factor, arguing that eth-
nicity is only one of many things the
admissions committee considers in an
"Diversity is represented by ethnic
diversity - but also socio-economic
backgrounds, geographic origins, and
spiritual interests. All of these factor
into the admissions process," Lucier
Gratz said she worried that the
recruiting techniques campaigning
the University is using to improve
minority enrollment indicates that
race is playing too large a role in the
"The real question to the University
is, how big a factor is race playing in
admissions right now?" Gratz said.
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PJOBSare still of misleading voters who signed its
major; freeroom petition. Massie said many voters
apid promotions. were led to believe that signing the
e world! petition meant supporting affirma-
obs.com tive action - not striking it down.
Gratz said the Michigan Supreme
Court has dismissed accusations of
confusing language in the petition.
"The Supreme Court upheld the
decision by the Court of Appeals,
which said that the language of
MCRI is clear and constitutional,
nfant in Plymouth and every person who signed the
734-459-_505 or petition had an opportunity to read
rn the language of the initiative,"
Dto assist with Gratz said.
enin lOsanwek NatioalSignature Management,
required. Nor- the organizationathat MCRI hired
tuired. Juanita at to collect signatures, is staffed by
independent contractors. Gratz said
MCRI had multiple opportunities
to sit in on NSM's training, both
secretly and publicly, to make sure
that NSM was instructing its peti-
Gratz said the petitioners fully
understood what MCRI stood for,
ES WANTED! adding that she trusts that petition
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