Re[2]: Check this out
Fri, 19 Jul 96 09:15:33 EST

Meaning the opposition between "women" and "people of color", lines 5 and 6. I
was attempting to further clarify my earlier point to make sure it was clear to
whoever was interested in following my line of reasoning. Thanks, Lupe for
asking me to clarify.


You wrote:

> Do you all see what I mean?
> Sayra
> Dear Feminist Activist,
> Throughout the summer, hundreds of Freedom Summer activists
> have worked tirelessly organizing communities to vote no on
> the tricky California Civil Rights Initiative. Placed
> on the November ballot by opponents of Women=B9s Rights and
> Civil Rights, CCRI will wipe-out affirmative action for women
> and people of color and gut sex discrimination law.
> Heralded by the San Francisco Examiner as =B3The New Civil Rights
> Warriors,=B2 Freedom Summer activists have laid the groundwork
> for the student mobilization effort necessary to defeat CCRI.
> To successfully complete our work, we must have an influx of new
> interns. Don=B9t miss this chance for the Internship of a Lifetime!
> Freedom Fall activists will continue the work of Freedom Summer
> activists -- organizing massive voter registration drives,
> building a large election day volunteer base, creating high
> visibility events to heighten awareness, researching and
> monitoring the opposition, and fundraising to keep our side
> in the media. We must continue to shape the face of the nation
> as we enter not only the =8C96 election season, but also a new
> century .
> For more information, send an e-mail to
> or call, in Southern California 1-213-651-0495 and in the
> Bay Area 1-415-834-1614. Freedom Summer is a project of
> the Feminist Majority and the No on CCRI campaign.

Please, I don't get your message. Please explain.

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