Witnesses of alleged abuses to speak tomorrow

The Coke Coalition, a group that has accused the Coca Cola Company of human rights abuses in India and Colombia, will bring in eyewitnesses Amit Srivastava and Luis Adolfo to talk about the alleged labor abuses they say they have seen.

They will be speaking today at 6 p.m. at the School of Social Work.

Seattle AIDS activists will rally on the Diag

A caravan from the Campaign to End AIDS will arrive in Ann Arbor on the Diag at 11:45 a.m. today. After the hour-long rally, they will continue on their way, stopping in cities across the United States until they reach Washington.

Film to be screened for Native American Heritage month

There will be a screening of “In the Light of Reverence” at the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center this evening from 6 to 8:30 p.m.

The film details the accounts of the Lakota, Hopi and Wintu tribes following the controversy over places such as Devil’s Tower in Wyoming and the debates between the preservation or development of those lands.

The film has been shown internationally for the last decade and was directed over 10 years by Christopher McLeod and is narrated by Peter Coyote.


Crime notes

Man found drunk inside University parking garage

A male not affiliated with the University was picked up for being openly intoxicated in the parking structure at 525 Church St. at around 10 p.m. Sunday, the Department of Public safety reported. The male already had a warrant out for his arrest. He also had an expired license. His bond was $300, but he was not able to post it, so he was escorted off campus and released.

Fire extinguisher stolen from East Quad stairwell

On Sunday night, a fire extinguisher was stolen from a basement-level stairwell of East Quadrangle Residence Hall, DPS reported. There are currently no suspects. The theft was reported at 11:19 p.m.

Cash stolen from patient’s room

About $100 in cash was stolen from a patient’s room at University Health Service, DPS reported. The alleged crime was reported Sunday night at around 5:30 p.m. There are no known suspects.

Caravan broken into, property taken

The passenger window of a Dodge Caravan was broken into at about 11 a.m. Sunday morning, DPS reported. Victims allege that personal property was missing. The crime occurred at 525 Church St. on the third level of the Church Street parking garage.


This Day In Daily History

Portion of North Campus building collapses

Nov. 1, 1985 – An underground portion of the Dow Engineering building on North Campus collapsed yesterday.

No one was hurt, but classes were canceled, affecting hundreds of faculty and students who were forced to evacuate.

Initial explosions caused three electricians working in the area to run away.

But when they returned, something was awry because the air conditioning unit was no longer attached to the ceiling.


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