Lambda Theta Phi
will present presented a history of activism at U-M tonight, 7pm in the Anderson Room on Tuesday at the Union:
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Have you ever heard of the Black Action Movements?
What about the United Coalition Against Racism?
Do you want to learn how both are related to the Michigan Union Tower Occupation by the Students of Color Coalition?
Come learn about how three periods of social activism changed the University of Michigan forever.
The Untouchable Brothers of Lambda Theta Phi present:
THE HISTORY OF ACTIVISM AT MICHIGAN
In the past 35 years student activism has shaped University policies, come learn how students in the past set the foundations for our future. Hear first hand accounts from people who were there in the struggle for equality at the University of Michigan.
Monday February 7
Anderson Room D