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DETROIT March 26: "Women in China- A Feminist Analysis and Eyewitness Report", 6404 Woodward (2 blks. south of Grand Blvd.). 8:00 pm, $1.00 March 27: Youtheatre $.10 Minuteman Matinee Series, "Young Tom Edison" at 11 am and 2 pm at the Institute of Arts. April 3: Eve Aueler will conduct the Michigan Chamber Orchestra with lyric soprano Paulne Domanski at 8:30 pm, Rackham Aud. 832-7400. April 9, 10, 11: Sarah Caldwell will conduct the Michigan Chamber Orchestra and Kenneth Jewell Chórale n Bach's "St. John's Passion" at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul (4800 Woodward at Hancock) 4-9 & 10 at 8:30, 4-11 at 4:00. 832-7400. April 9-May 1 : Sergil Di Gusti sculpture show at Detroit Artists Market, 1452 Randolph. April 19: "Fashions For Freedom" fashion show at the Northwest Activities Center, 224-7595. Green Thumb Mondays, at Belle isie Casino on a variety of gardening and planting topics: March 29- House Plants and a tour of the V Recreation Dept. Greenhouse; April 5- Annualsand Perennials; April 12- Roses; April 19- Lawns; April 26- Shrubs & Evergreens. Classes are at 10:30 am, 331-0414. ANN ARBOR March 27: Lesbian Women's Dance at Corntree Co-op, 1910 Hill St., 9:30pm-l:30am. Adm Adm. $1.00. Sponsored by the Amazon Union. Proceeds go to help fund a Lesbian Center in Ann Arbor. March 31st: The Association of Black Social Work Students of U of M present their annual 1-Day Conference with guest speakers Erma Henderson, M.S.W. Councilwoman & Kenneth Cockrel, Attorney-at-Law on "Strategies for Change: Social Political, Economie", 1:30-5:00 pm in Rackham Bldg. April 1: Local Radical Politics Past and Present - Community Organizing. Speakers: Pun Plamondon, former member Rainbow People's Party; Bob Alexander, active in the Human Rights Party; and George DePue, member of the Michigan Free Press collective. Rm. 126, E. Quad, 7:30pm. April 1st: 5th Annual Ann Arbor HASH BASH on the diag of U of M beginning at noon. April 5th: The Inmate Project of Project Community presents Rachel Kamel, associate editor of the Mich. Free Press & a member of the Michigan Alliance of the Campaign for Democratie Foreign Policy, Speaking on Criminal Justice & Prison Struggles in the Third World. 7:30 pm in Aud C-Angell Hall - U of M. No charge. April 6th: Julián Bond, Georgia State Senator, will speak on "Future Roles of Blacks in the Political System" 3-5 pm in Hill Auditorium. $1.00 admission. April 6, 7, 8: U.M. International Women's Year Sex and Sexuality Conference at the Michigan Union, 764-9287. April 8: Local Radical Politics Past and Present - Third World Activism. Speakers: Ling Mendiola, Chicano advocate U-M Maryelle Norris, active in Black community and a feminist; Steve Crowe, member Native American community; Madison Foster, active in the Black Action Movement. Rm. 126, E. Quad, 7:3Opm. April 7-1 1 : Black Extravaganza '76 sponsored by Minority Affairs Comm., in the Sports Coliseum. 763-1107 for more information. Lamaze Childbirth Preparation classes begin April 2 at 7 pm and April 24 at noon. Meet once a week for four weeks at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, $12series. Information and regist rat ion- 761-4402.