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Saturday, April 19, 2014

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Viewpoints

Viewpoint: Collaboration for the pursuit of justice

BY MICHELE FREED

My Jewish values, my belief in social justice and my feelings about Israel are all intertwined. It’s the combination of these values, my people’s history and my social justice beliefs that influences my feelings about the state of Israel.

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Michigan in Color: CSG does not represent me

Courtesy of Emily Pittinos

BY ZAHRAA HADI

On Tuesday night, you silenced me. You were directly involved in my oppression and marginalization as a student of color on this campus.

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Viewpoint: Giving back to the University

BY JARED FRANK

To my mind, there are two things that make Michigan truly special: the bold ideas that are created here at all levels — by students and faculty — and the desire to give back to the Michigan community.

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Michigan in Color: An open letter to rising seniors

Courtesy of Suha Najjar

BY RAMIRO ALVAREZ CABRIALES

As a departed member of Phoenix, I write this piece so the prospective members of all secret honor societies have more access to an informed choice.

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Viewpoint: Putting the University on trial

BY MICAL HOLT AND TAYLOR JONES

Join us this Thursday, March 20 in putting the University on trial for its broken promises, and deciding on a plan of action to stop business as usual on our campus until we win real justice and make this University what WE want it to be.

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Viewpoint: In support of SAFE

BY STUDENTS ALLIED FOR FREEDOM AND EQUALITY

As students at the University of Michigan committed to the self-determination and humanity of all peoples, we, Students Allied for Freedom and Equality, along with the undersigned organizations, call for our University to divest our tuition dollars from all corporations that facilitate violence against human beings. In this solidarity letter, we specifically call ethical attention to the systematic violation of Palestinian livelihood by the Israeli government.

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Viewpoint: In response to ‘Where is my birthright?’

BY ELLIOT EISENBERG

What I ask you to do, Suha Najjar, is to appreciate the perspective of those on the other side of your issue. Unless and until you and yours do that, all that will remain is war and death.

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