Merrill Palmer in Detroit: 100 Years of Community Making
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Stop by the Walter P. Reuther Library exhibit hall and explore one hundred years of women scientists, community leaders, philanthropists and innovators of Merrill Palmer! Detroit grew and changed through two world wars, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement, the Great Society and de-industrialization. So too did the women of Merrill-Palmer change their attitudes toward community.
This exhibit explores Merrill Palmer's history priimarily from the perspective of the women who shaped, led and supported it. Each believed Merrill-Palmer was a community maker, what kind of community did they intend . . . and for whom?
Be a part of history, Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute is accepting applications from current MSW students for its Infant Mental Health Dual Title Program
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Learn more and apply HERE