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|Rights Holder||Marlene Marie Young, Wordpower, Inc.|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
| Used Tires LOOK AT THEM : iat Just received Racism tests and — eye 7 Lilly Grobstein feels “‘some Lilly is a very warm and The children in the day care center in a position to handle any at Central City are happy as little emergency. A nutrition class is bees these days. A visit to the Day Care Center was . being planned for the parents. The first Parent Meeting for 1971 will a touching thing to experience. The be held January 28. The parents are children were all busy at work and | OE oe making and selling aprons to raise play — taking mele little duties in funds stride. They just completed ice-skating lessons. They learn to do i Drastic Reductions on ay Page ee %,..6 : - aa ort Hens ees a Bisque, Porcelain, Frames, Stem Ware, : Crystal, Silver, Wall Plaques things for themselves, and their nap like folding blankets, 322-1786 ae children putting in the Center. They have all had a physical examination, seen — MINEOPhouave The the ,playground children at the Headstart Day Care Center are well on their way . . ENTELPI DES learning, sharing and growing. INQUIRING REPORTER Ae el Ah eEnPporsiua ue And for equipment and to give them some business training and experience. A bowling team is being planned to include parents and staff. Bonnie Clayton, secretary for the Day Care Center, does a great job of keeping up with the business end of the center. The 4 and 5 years old are busy learning measures, shapes and colors. Their teacher, Connie First, is helping them with beginning words. away their cots and cleaning up eS. their room after play activities. Four students from the speech pathology department of the University of Utah have been testing the speech of all of the II , own by Shirley Shields Opinions on Welfare from three women at WIN High School. Question: How do you feel about the cut in your welfare grants? Answer: public CS peck. parlors It is going to hurt, | can’t afford to live now. Question: FINE Hand Made Clothing and 4cc€s0ries money Could you make more© if you got a job? Answer: No, | was told I'd have to pay my baby-tender myself, the welfare wouldnt pay it for me. They want you to continue school so the only way |! could work would be at night. Question: Could school and a job? Answer: work No, And you handle because if both | had to nights I'd be too tired to get up and stay awake during the day. it’s hard to find someone to baby sit at night. Question: Do you think the situation with the Welfare problems will get better? Answer: worse. oo No, They | think don’t it will if our kids are starving or going school without decent clothing. to that institutions are made by men and can be changed by men. —Let us be about the task. - by Marlene Marie Young Let's consider some forms of white racism which are not as evident as using color as an explicit factor in making decisions — racism which is _ Practiced by institutions in more subtle forms. Even ‘‘merit employment’ programs can conceal many forms of indirect institutional subordination by color. Consider an employer who needs workers to fill certain jobs that demand advanced carpentry skills. Naturally, he requires that applicants have such skills in order to be hired. But what if the local carpenters’ union excludes allt blacks and Mexican This as members? Americans seemingly reasonable behavior of has racist effects employer the because of the racism practiced by another organization upon which he relies to carry out his own activities. would example Another be the employer who saves money by never advertising available job openings. Instead, he relies solely word-of-mouth upon communications from his present employees to their friends to find applicants — but all his present employees are white. Again, the employer is taking actions which racist in either. are not overtly but which or intent nature racist have nevertheless effects — people they subordinate because of their color. that is, Consider, too, the expansion of job Opportunities in new_ industrial parks, suburban shipping centers and new office buildings — all constructed in suburban, all-white neighborhoods. Nonwhites often do not know of these job openings or do not have transportation to commute to work. They would “probably find it very difficult to locate housing near their job if they were to accept employment in such areas. | : Question: Do you think the Welfare Rights group will be able to help? This Answer: | can't really answer that, but, if someone doesn't do locations perpetuate their exclusion from all-white areas. This also a lot PBX RECEPTIONIST, IBM KEY punch, desk computer, dictaphone, 10-Key, typing, medical, legal sec., acctg., shtnd., general office, gen. sec. Low tuition, no age limits, free placement. Off-street parking. INTERMOUNTAIN 130 E. 9th South COLLEGE 355-7507 7 CS get give a damn something there will be hungry people starving. _ Dedicated to the belief sincere person who takes her job with the children very serious. A first aid class was given by the Red Cross to the staff-and they are by Shirley Shields —CUSTOM KNITTING— ri tuberculin bore’. ae : °9 Mimi — 4779 E. 3rd. So. Page 44 were days may be a headache but never a Road | TRADES four children exams. Nurse GLENS ia t= and taken to orthepedic doctors and are now wearing corrective shoes or are under medical care. They all have GO GOOD TREAD, WILL PASS INSPECT. 3368 So. Redwood 298-1713 a dentist, Se ee ee of discouragement obtaining naturally jobs excludes in from suburban them from the best quality schools, housing developments, and _ recreational facilities. These are a few examples of the subordirtion occurring in employment opportunities for nonwhites. It is fine for a company to say it is an Equal Opportunity Employer recruiting, Promoting but how it goes about hiring, training minority people and says | more than a nice sounding statement printed on expensive letterhead stationary.