[sixties-l] Ann Arbor, 1900-1975: A Woman's Town (fwd)

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    From: radtimes <resist@best.com>
    Subject: Ann Arbor, 1900-1975: A Woman's Town

    Ann Arbor, 1900-1975: A Woman's Town [QuickTime]

    Bringing together the perspectives of 13 different women, this site contains
    video clips from two different documentaries that tell about the colorful
    history of Ann Arbor. Assisted by the Cultural Heritage Initiative for
    Community Outreach at the University of Michigan, the brief video clips
    feature these women talking about the topics such as the civil rights
    movement during the 1960s and 1970s, as well as conversations about
    spiritual life in the community. The interviews are searchable by subject
    and by each individual person. For persons seeking a broader contextual
    setting for some of the subjects discussed, a timeline of African-American
    history rounds out the site.

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