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Wand Member Running For Council Seat

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Month
March
Year
1990
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What do the Soviet people think about the changes n their country - private enterprise, separatist movements, women's issues, Russian nationalism, religión, economie deterioration? And what are the mplications of these changes for U.S. military policy? Arthur Vander, one of the co-founders of the local Physicians for Social Responsibility, spent part of August and September 1989 in the USSR talking with a wide variety of Soviet people. He addresses these questions in his slide talk: Changes in the Soviet Union: Impressions from a Recent Person-to-Person Visit at 7:30 pm, on Sun., Mar. 11, at St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1679 Broadway, across from the Baits Drive entrance to North Campus. WAND and PSR are co-sponsors. WAND members will be traveling to the Nevada Nuclear Weapons Test Site for the national nonviolent action planned by American Peace Test, Thur., March 29 to Mon., April 2. Travel plans are being made now. Cali 761-1718 and leave a message if you would like to be included. WAND member Valerie Ackerman is running for City Council from the 2nd Ward in the elections on Monday, April 2. Help elect a peace and justice activist, a Democrat endorsed by the Greens, to City Council. Cali 662-2179, to contribute time, energy or funds. WAND's goals are to edúcate ouselves and the public about the dangers of the nuclear arms build up (which the U.S. is escalating despite the end of the Cold War), to nfluence our congressional representati ve s by informed lobby ing, to support peace and justice candidates, and to empower people, especially women, personally and politically. Meetings are held the 2nd Sunday of the month at 7:30 pm at St. Aidan's Northside Church, 1679 Broadway, Ann Arbor (across from the Baits Drive entrance to U-M North Campus.) Cali 761-1718 for a message about upcoming meetings and events, and important lobbying action. For information about Campus WAND, the student chapter at the U-M, or if you need a ride from campus, cali Lissa Guenzel, 769-6570, or Sarah Cooley, 662-2475. For speakers who will address groups, classes, and public forums, con-, tact Tobi Hanna-Davies at 662-7869. Washtenaw County WAND (Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament), P.O. Box 1815, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106-1815. 761-1718

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