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From the Ink FUes
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Metnebere of the BSM pretest in front of the steps d South Building in 1975.
A product of the BSM Special Projects
with dicussions lead by black stuaenis, unity
and education among membe s
community at UNt.
Sept. 20 Shades of
,f you feel
Who is ,r.y7
such a divisive force in our community^ We a
looking for an ofrocentric and an over ass.m.
lator's" point of view.
Tc:Z^.r 6 Vick "omo.«u«U.y-Why -r. Affrlcon.Am.rlcon. .o horn.-
?eb™;y 17 Where 1. my mule? -K.pora.lon.
March 7. Block. _„|„n. in the Work fore.
April “ charge to cover catering thot. Ie« than a
BSM holds protest agai;nst the fact that 13NC has very few
BSM Freshman Class Conttmttee for 19B7
Got Something To Say?
Say If Loud
Say it Strong
Say it in
USED BOOK, LPi tlAFES
10M W MAIN ST.
Tilling the Void’
Continued from p. 4
that they are inferior to their wiiite friends and
classmates. Their low self-esteem and negative
self-image leads them to believe that no matter
how hard they work they must eventually settle
for less than for what they aspire. Black periodi
cals attempt to alleviate this ailment of insensitiv
ity and isolation by appealing to the distinct
special interest, ethinc, professional or leisure of
the black population.
Teresa Jefferson is a Senior from Fayettev