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Live as Brothers, or Die as Fools

U-M Bentley Historical Library presents rarely seen photos and documents from Martin Luther King Jr.’s one and only visit to U-M in 1962. #5-15-mins #web-article #Activism #RaceandEthnicity #SocialJustice #BentleyHistoricalLibrary #MartinLutherKing #SocialCampaigns ​​​​​​​​​​


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A Sporting Chance: Women's Athletics at the University of Michigan

The Bentley Historical Library documents the history of the physical training programs offered by U-M for women and the female athletes they helped train. #5-15mins ​ #web-article #BentleyHistoricalLibrary #U-MAthletics #ArtsandCulture #Activism #GenderIssues ​​​​​​​


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Wartime Football

U-M Bentley Historical Museum Archivist Brian A. Williams tells the story of how Michigan football survived World War II. #5mins #web-article #BentleyHistoricalLibrary #Athletics #Government/Politics #History #WorldWarII