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U-M's Power Center Has A New Look Inside

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15
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January
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1973
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U Museum reaching out!

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31
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August
Year
1978
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Kerrytown to host young artist series

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5
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September
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1985
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AACHM Oral History: Barbara Meadows

Sun, 09/28/2014 - 2:19pm

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Barbara Meadows was born October 1, 1933, in Albion, Michigan, and spent her childhood in Inkster, Michigan, before moving to Ann Arbor in her youth. She attended Talladega College in Alabama, followed by Smith College, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Ms. Meadows worked in the University of Michigan Neuropsychiatric Institute and worked for several years in the Ann Arbor Public Schools. She has been a leader or founder of several community-based organizations and served on numerous boards including the University Musical Society Board, Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Washtenaw Community College, and the Peace Neighborhood Center. She was appointed to Ann Arbor’s Human Relations Committee in the 1960s.