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Students pressure U-M on S. Africa

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5
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April
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1986
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Students vow they'll rebuild their shanty

Students vow they'll rebuild their shanty image
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7
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April
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1986
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Shanty on U-M Diag, erected to symbolize the general conditions of blacks in South Africa Photographer: Larry E. Wright

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Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1986
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Shanty Protest - A shanty was receted Thursday on the U-M Diag to symbolize the general conditions of blacks in South Africa. Anthony Vavasis exits the shanty, which will remain up for two weeks as part of a national period of protests against apartheid and racism. A rally was held on the Diag Thursday by the Free South Africa Coordinating Committee, and a candlelight vigil is scheduled for 9 p.m. Monday on the Diag. The two-week campaign to highlight South Africa will culminate April 4 - the day Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated - with a two-mile march through Ann Arbor.

LEVELED AGAIN

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15
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August
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1985
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Nonaction on shanty defended

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20
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June
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1986
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