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Transcript Committee to Combat Racism Over trie last several months voter registration drives have become a principal activity of many civil rights groups, including ROW. These drives are considered to be aimed at putting more liberals in office, according to the KKK, and believed by them to be horrendous for white Americans. The KKK has responded with registration drives of their own, directed at conservative whites. A flyer they put out says in part, "We call on all those down-trodden, redneck, rebel Southerners to get themselves registered. If they lack the gumption and energy to visit their local board of elections, then they have no right to complain about anything." The KKK has allied itself with other racist, sexist groups, including the American Nazi Party and the Moral Majority to register conservative whites. The Moral Majority, led by Jerry Falwell, plans to register 200,000 conservatives in I'orth Carolina alone. This group is particularly worried about the '84 North Carolina race against their favorite, Jesse :ielms. The Moral Majority aspires to register two million citizens nationally. We cannot overlook the possibility tnat not only might the KKK, Nazis and Moral Majority be successful in their goal. These voter registration drives, especially the Klarv's, is another way to appear a legitimate, non-violent advocate for white peoples rights. What better way to gain respectibility? This is also the perfect outlet for the Klan to spread its propaganda of white supremacy and build its membership. Are we going to let them? I urge you to not only participate in Bay Area ROWs registration drives, but alert others against KKK activities. An excellent resource for educators is an informational and instructional kit with anti-Klan curriculum. (Recently blasted by President Reagan as "an attempt at brainwashing American schoolchildren.") Available for $4.95 through: CIBC, 1841 Broadway, New York, hi 10023; And send a donation of only $5.00 for the quarterly publication, National Anti-Klan fretwork Newsletter, PO. Box 10500, Atlanta, Georgia, 30310. We can stop the violence and biogtry- with your help. Kew Consciouness-KaisinK (CR) groups will be forming the month of February. These will be 10 week sessions from 7 - 10 pm on Monday or Tuesday nights or a three hour session on Saturdays. Find out about ROW, yourself, your sisters and how we all need each other. For Monday nights contact Donna Berend (409) 948-8896; Tuesday nights-Pat Kuhlmann (713) 488-3278; Saturday-Janice Brooks (713) 645-2136.