FREEZE group acted maturely

I would like to commend FREEZE on their expression of maturity displayed throughout the entire Jesse Jackson presentation planning stages.

Often when we are not wearing our neighbor’s shoes we don’t know how he or she feels. Once we put on our neighbor’s shoes we begin to understand totally our neighbor’s experiences.

FREEZE wanted what all the other groups wanted—a visit from a leader who expressed their organization’s philosophical point of view and gave NIU another dimension in our worldly struggle for peace, justice, and happiness.

ealizing that people do make mistakes and yet benefit from those mistakes, we were all able to compromise and appreciate a much needed visitor.

M. H. Palmer

CHANCE program