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April 28, 1983
Kenny Alexander, Joe Stroman, Norris Luckey relax in
front of the undergraduate library.
photo by Stanley Woodley
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reluctant to speak up because they
fear retaliation. "They know the
supervisor is in a position to make
the work experience very uncom
fortable," he said.
Martinez, who had been with the
university for more than two years,
said at UNC the kind of treatment
he is protesting is not limited to the
He said he knows instructors
who are treated unfairly.
"I think unfair treatment exists
for the employees at all levels and
I think it exists for the students,"
But he believes the problem
begins at his level when talented
people are judged on something
other than their ability to perform
and that discriminatory practices
are perpetuated throughout the
"You will will not have black
supervisors if you continue to fire
black craftsmen who are
talented," he said.
In his protest of the treatment he
received Martinez has contacted
several local media. And he began
a complaint with the university to
get his job back.
Since that time however, Mar
tinez has found another job which
he said would be more suitable
since he would not be forced to
return to the conditions in which
his right to free speech was
But he said he hopes his case
serves as an incentive for blacks to
come together and work together.
"The problem iri the past was
that blacks have not been taken
seriously," he said. The question is
not what is wrong with blacks, but
what's wrong with the system," he
"It's time for this campus to deal
with the situation rather than with
individuals,"^ he ^aid.=,