The Ann Arbor People 's Yellow Pages became available for distribution last Monday at local bookshops and stores for 50tf. This 100-page directory lists non-profit organizations, political groups, spiritual groups, low-cost educational and social services, cooperatively and collectively owned businesses. and any other people who are working for social change locally. This type of book has been put together in San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, and other cities but this is the first complete collection of alternative resources in Ann Arbor. The purpose of this directory is to connect persons with existing groups which seek to challenge poverty, sexism, racism, and economie and social inequality. It also provides a listing of low-cost services available to all members of the community. The People 's Yellow Pages cost of 50tf is based on the printing expenses-this is not a profit-making project. Books will be sold on the Diag and at the Pilot Program, Alice Lloyd Hall, 100 S. Observatory, Ann Arbor, as well as local bookstores.