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Michigan Historical Collections Web Archives

Collected by: University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library

Archived since: Aug, 2010

Description:

The Michigan Historical Collections Web Archives document the activities of individuals, organizations, and voluntary organizations in the state of Michigan, with particular emphasis on websites and other resources related to religious groups, social justice, ethnic communities, business, and politics. These materials complement and/or supplement additional physical and digital archives held by the University of Michigan's Bentley Historical Library.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government - US States Spontaneous Events

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Title: 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit, Inc. Web Archives

URL: http://100blackmendetroit.com/

Description: Web site of the Detroit chapter of 100 Men of America, 100 Men of Greater Detroit, Inc. 100BMOGD is a group of concerned African American men whose goal is to improve the quality of life in the African American community through their collective resources, abilities and experiences. Contains information about the organization and its members, activities, news, photoalbums, scholarships. 100BMOGD has been in existence since October 1993, and has a membership of men who are business and community leaders in the metropolitan area. The chapter is one of over 90 chapters of 100 Black Men of America, Inc. The organization has developed a variety of programs directed towards African American youth.

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Subject:   Social justice. Ethnic groups. African American youth -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. African American men -- Michigan -- Detroit. 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit, Inc.

Title: Ann Arbor Summer Festival Web Archives

URL: http://a2sf.org/

Description: Archived web site of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, an annual month-long performing arts event that takes place in June-July. The Ann Arbor Summer Festival's mission is to present a world-class celebration of arts and entertainment that enriches the cultural, economic, and social vitality of the region. The festival was founded by Eugene Power, and established as an equal partnership between the City of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. The Festival presented its first full season in 1984. Web site includes information about the Festival and its leadership, program schedules, performers, and images.

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Subject:   Music festivals -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

Title: Ann Arbor Summer Festival Web Archives

URL: http://a2sf.org/desktop

Description: Archived web site of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, an annual month-long performing arts event that takes place in June-July. The Ann Arbor Summer Festival's mission is to present a world-class celebration of arts and entertainment that enriches the cultural, economic, and social vitality of the region. The festival was founded by Eugene Power, and established as an equal partnership between the City of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. The Festival presented its first full season in 1984. Web site includes information about the Festival and its leadership, program schedules, performers, and images.

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Subject:   Music festivals -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

Title: Ann Arbor Chinese Christian Church Web Archives

URL: http://aaccc.org/english/index_e.shtml

Description: Website of the Ann Arbor Chinese Christian Church containing information about the church, including its mission, history, values, and beliefs. Also included is a sermon schedule and list of upcoming and past events, with attached flyers giving more information. Site information is presented in Mandarin, Cantonese, and English.

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Subject:   Chinese language. Ethnic groups. Religion. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Religious life and customs. Chinese culture & civilization. Ann Arbor Chinese Christian Church.

URL: http://aaccom.org/wp/

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Title: Ann Arbor Hope Church Web Archives

URL: http://aahope.net/em

Description: Ann Arbor Hope Church was established in 1991 for Korean-American immigrants. Site contains information on the church, weekly bulletins, worship service schedule, and information on youth groups. Sites in both Korean and English are included.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Religious life and customs. Korean language. Korean culture & civilization. Ann Arbor Hope Church.

Title: Ann Arbor Hope Church Web Archives

URL: http://aahope.net/xe

Description: Ann Arbor Hope Church was established in 1991 for Korean-American immigrants. Site contains information on the church, weekly bulletins, worship service schedule, and information on youth groups. Sites in both Korean and English are included.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Religious life and customs. Korean language. Korean culture & civilization. Ann Arbor Hope Church.

Title: Absolute Michigan Web Archives

URL: http://absolutemichigan.com/

Description: Collection of links to Michigan-related sites in categories: Arts & entertainment; Business; Community; Food; Homes; Lodging; Media; Sports; Shopping; and more.

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Subject:   Michigan -- Social life and customs. Art and popular culture -- Michigan. Business enterprises -- Michigan. Sports -- Michigan. Commerce.

Title: Equality Michigan Web Archives

URL: http://action.equalitymi.org/

Description: Statewide political advocacy organization organized in 1999 with the purpose of building a base of support to end discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

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Subject:   Social justice. Same-sex marriage -- Law and legislation -- Michigan. Gay community -- Michigan. Gay rights -- Michigan. Equality Michigan. Michigan Equality.

Title: American Arab Chamber of Commerce Web Archives

URL: http://americanarab.com/

Description: The mission of Michigan-based AACC is to support, assist and strengthen member businesses both domestically and internationally. AACC provides business referrals, member promotion, networking events, educational seminars, information exchange through newsletters and other publications, group health insurance, and many other benefits and services. AACC also serves as the voice of its members with lawmakers, governmental agencies and local entities. Information about AACC, its Board of Directors, committees, membership and members, policies, partners, as well as events and activities.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Boards of trade -- Michigan. Arab Americans -- Michigan. Arab American business enterprises -- Michigan. Commerce.

Title: American Druze Society Web Archives

URL: http://americandruze.com/index.html

Description: Web site of Julia Makarem, National President of the North American Druze Society and Detroit resident. Site contains biographical information about Julia Makarem, articles about the American Druze Society, the Druze religion, and the Druze people around the world; link to the Julia Makarem papers finding aid at Bentley Historical Library.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Druze women -- Michigan. Arab Americans -- Michigan. Druzes -- United States. Women -- Michigan. Makarem, Julia. American Druze Society.

Title: American Druze Society Web Archives

URL: http://americandruzeheritage.com/index.html

Description: Web site of Julia Makarem, National President of the North American Druze Society and Detroit resident. Site contains biographical information about Julia Makarem, articles about the American Druze Society, the Druze religion, and the Druze people around the world; link to the Julia Makarem papers finding aid at Bentley Historical Library.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Druze women -- Michigan. Arab Americans -- Michigan. Druzes -- United States. Women -- Michigan. Makarem, Julia. American Druze Society.

Title: Alpha Phi Alpha. Theta Zeta Lambda Chapter Web Archives

URL: http://annarboralphas.org/TZL/

Description: "The Theta Zeta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is seated in Ann Arbor, Michigan and is home to brothers residing in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and various cities within the Metro-Detroit area." This website summarizes chapter history, and contains membership lists and program information.

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Subject:   Fraternities and sororities.

Title: Ann Arbor Chronicle Web Archives

URL: http://annarborchronicle.com/

Description: "Launched in September 2008, the Ann Arbor Chronicle is an online newspaper that focuses on civic affairs and local government coverage. Although we’d likely be classified by most folks as “new media,” in many ways we embrace an ethos that runs contrary to current trends: Longer, in-depth articles; an emphasis on factual accuracy and thoroughness, not speed; and an assumption that our readers are thoughtful, intelligent and engaged in this community." The Chronicle stopped production in 2014.

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Title: India in Ann Arbor Archived Blog

URL: http://annarborindia.blogspot.com/

Description: A blog about the many Indian influences in Ann Arbor, Michigan - food, performing and visual arts, music, film, literature, people, business, fashion, handicrafts, yoga, meditation, Bollywood, and perhaps many others. It is about how these influences from India flourish and shape the vibrant Ann Arbor community. The blog includes interviews with local people and insightful pieces written by invited guests.

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Subject:   Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Social life and customs. Ethnic groups. East Indian Americans -- Food. East Indian Americans -- Michigan -- Social Conditions. East Indian Americans -- Social life and customs. Indian Americans (East Indian Americans).

Title: Celebrating Our Histories: Jewish Life in Ann Arbor Web Archives

URL: http://annarborjewishstories.org/

Description: "Created in conjunction with the 2016 centennial celebration of Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor, Michigan, this website highlights the history of Beth Israel and the greater Ann Arbor Jewish community. Using the stories we tell as a focus, the website presents audio recordings, photographs, and text that reflects our past, present, and future."

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Subject:   Jews -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.

Title: Benton Spirit Community Newspaper Web Archives

URL: http://bentonspiritnews.com/

Description: Benton Spirit Community Newspaper is an online weekly publication. Contents include articles, community event calendar, photo gallery, job postings, business, sports, and cultural news of the Southwest Michigan and Northern Indiana. Site contains archives.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Social justice. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Social life and customs. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Economic conditions. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Race relations. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Benton Spirit Community Newspaper.

Title: Benton Spirit Community Newspaper Web Archives

URL: http://bentonspiritnews.com/index1.htm

Description: Benton Spirit Community Newspaper is an online weekly publication. Contents include articles, community event calendar, photo gallery, job postings, business, sports, and cultural news of the Southwest Michigan and Northern Indiana. Site contains archives.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Social justice. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Social life and customs. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Economic conditions. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Race relations. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Benton Spirit Community Newspaper.

Title: Black Autonomy Network Community Organization (BANCO) Web Archives

URL: http://bhbanco.blogspot.com/

Description: BANCO (Black Autonomy Network Community Organization) is a political and social justice group in Benton Harbor, Mich., founded 2003 by Rev. Edward Pinkney, a Baptist minister. Web site contains blog maintained by Rev. Pinkney and others (2005-) commenting on BANCO activities, Benton Harbor and Berrien County politics and economy, and Pinkney's legal troubles, and Whirlpool Corporation.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Social justice. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Economic conditions. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Race relations. African Americans -- Michigan -- Benton Harbor. Benton Harbor (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Pinkney, Edward. Black Autonomy Network Community Organization. Whirlpool Corporation.

Title: Korean Bible Church of Ann Arbor Web Archives

URL: http://biblechurch.net/

Description: Website for the Korean Bible Church of Ann Arbor including sermons, worship schedules, photos, news, and community boards. Most information is available only in Korean.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Religious life and customs. Korean language. Korean culture & civilization.

Title: Motor City Blight Busters Web Archives

URL: http://blightbustersdetroit.com/

Description: Website of the Motor City Blight Busters, a 501(c)(3) non- profit corporation committed to helping Detroit, Michigan through positive activities such as tearing down abandoned homes and building new homes. Website contains information regarding events, donations, volunteer opportunities, and partner organizations.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan. Motor City Blight Busters.

Title: Ann Arbor SPARK Archived Blog

URL: http://blog.annarborusa.org/

Description: Blog of Ann Arbor SPARK, a non-profit organization dedicated to establishing the Ann Arbor Region as a desired place for business expansion and location by identifying and meeting the needs of business as every stage. This blog documents the activities of the organization and its affiliates.

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Subject:   Entrepreneurs -- Training of -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor. Businesspeople -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Economic conditions. Commerce. Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.

Title: Boggs Center Web Archives

URL: http://boggscenter.org/

Description: Website of the James and Grace Lee Boggs Center to Nurture Community Leadership, whose mission is to nurture the leadership capacities of individuals and organizations committed to creating productive, sustainable, ecologically responsible, and just communities.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Social justice. Political activists -- Michigan -- Detroit. Boggs Center. Boggs, Grace Lee. Boggs, James.

Title: Bridge Magazine Web Archives

URL: http://bridgemi.com/

Description: Online twice-weekly magazine of The Center for Michigan launched in September 2011. Bridge publishing content is focused on state-wide policy issues in education, social, economic and cultural life, public sector, and social services.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan. Michigan -- Politics and government. The Center for Michigan.

Title: Michigan Truth Squad Web Archives

URL: http://bridgemi.com/category/truth-squad

Description: A nonprofit association founded by the Center for Michigan to address false claims in political speech in the state of Michigan.

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Subject:   Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan. Michigan -- Politics and government. The Center for Michigan.

Title: Building Detroit Web Archives

URL: http://buildingdetroit.org/

Description: "The Detroit Land Bank is a public authority dedicated to returning Detroit’s vacant, abandoned, and foreclosed property to productive use. Our current programs include auction, side lot, community partnership and demolition." In addition to discussing programming and upcoming events, the Building Detroit website allows users to bid on available properties, purchase side lots, and watch testimonial videos.

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Subject:   Detroit (Mich.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.

Title: New International Trade Crossing Web Archives

URL: http://buildthedricnow.com/

Description: The New International Trade Crossing (NITC), formerly known as the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC), is a committee between the United States and Canada proposing to construct a bridge between Windsor and Detroit over the Detroit River. Website contains information on the need for a new bridge, predicted benefits, estimated costs, and news on the project. Downloadable content includes letters of support, the NITC Agreement document, studies, and fact check documents.

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Subject:   International trade. United States -- Commerce -- Canada. Bridges. Commerce. Canada -- Commerce -- United States. New International Trade Crossing.

Title: New International Trade Crossing Web Archives

URL: http://buildthedricnow.files.wordpress.com/

Description: The New International Trade Crossing (NITC), formerly known as the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC), is a committee between the United States and Canada proposing to construct a bridge between Windsor and Detroit over the Detroit River. Website contains information on the need for a new bridge, predicted benefits, estimated costs, and news on the project. Downloadable content includes letters of support, the NITC Agreement document, studies, and fact check documents.

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Subject:   International trade. United States -- Commerce -- Canada. Bridges. Commerce. Canada -- Commerce -- United States. New International Trade Crossing.

Title: New International Trade Crossing Web Archives

URL: http://buildthedricnow.wordpress.com/

Description: The New International Trade Crossing (NITC), formerly known as the Detroit River International Crossing (DRIC), is a committee between the United States and Canada proposing to construct a bridge between Windsor and Detroit over the Detroit River. Website contains information on the need for a new bridge, predicted benefits, estimated costs, and news on the project. Downloadable content includes letters of support, the NITC Agreement document, studies, and fact check documents.

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Subject:   International trade. United States -- Commerce -- Canada. Bridges. Commerce. Canada -- Commerce -- United States. New International Trade Crossing.

Title: Dave Camp U.S. Congressman for the 4th District of Michigan Web Archives

URL: http://camp.house.gov/

Description: Website for Dave Camp, US Congressman for the 4th District of Michigan and Chairman of the Congressional Committee on Ways and Means. Web site contains information about Rep. Camp; constituent services; legislation on such issues as adoption, agriculture, national defense and veteran affairs, jobs and economy, energy, health, Immigration, social security; news and articles (including photo gallery, audio and video files).

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Michigan -- Politics and government -- 1991- United States. Congress. House. Camp, David Lee, 1953- Republican Party (Mich.)

Title: Center for Automotive Research (CAR) Web Archives

URL: http://cargroup.org/

Description: The Center for Automotive Research, an Ann Arbor, Mich. based nonprofit organization focused on a wide variety of important trends and changes related to the automobile industry and society at the international, federal, state and local levels. Site contains information about automobile industry research and development, education and conferences.

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Subject:   Automobiles -- Design and construction -- Research. Automobile industry and trade -- United States. Commerce. Center for Automotive Research (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Title: Catherine Ferguson Academy Web Archives

URL: http://catherinefergusonacademy.org/

Description: Website of Catherine Ferguson Academy, a public charter school of choice for pregnant and parenting teens in Detroit, Michigan that provides a holistic approach to educational services.

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Subject:   Charter schools -- Michigan -- Detroit. Women -- Michigan. Teenage mothers -- Michigan -- Detroit. Detroit Public Schools.

Title: Michigan Muslim Community Council Web Archives

URL: http://ciomonline.com/

Description: Michigan Muslim Community Council was formed by the merging of the Council of the Islamic Organizations of Michigan and the Islamic Shura Council of Michigan. MMCC promotes unity and cooperation among diverse Muslim communities, cultures, ethnic backgrounds and races by convening and mobilizing the Muslim community. They promote the best Islamic and American values through advocacy and organizing service, education and partnerships and coalitions with ethnic, racial, religious, educational and civic organizations, government and the media. They pursue social justice, improve human relations and uphold human rights in America. Site contains information about MMCC history, services and outreach, press-releases and newsletters.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Muslims -- Michigan. Arab Americans -- Michigan. Muslims -- Religious life -- Michigan. Michigan Muslim Community Council. Council of Islamic Organizations in Michigan. Begg, Victor.

Title: Cityscape Detroit Web Archives

URL: http://cityscapedetroit.org/

Description: Website of Cityscape Detroit, a nonprofit group devoted to good urban planning, urban design, historic preservation, architecture, investment, green spaces, mass transit, interesting streetscapes, pedestrianism, human scale development, urbanism, and the "built environment" in Detroit. Website contains event information, organization history, committee information, and membership information.

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Subject:   Urban design. Built environment. Architecture -- Michigan -- Detroit. Urban development.

Title: Covey's Corner by Craig Covey Web Archives

URL: http://coveys-corner.blogspot.com/

Description: Blog of Craig Covey, Mayor of Ferndale, Mich., Midwest AIDS Prevention Project founder, Chief Operating Officer of Michigan AIDS Coalition.

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Subject:   Ferndale (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Gay community -- Michigan. Blogs. Oakland County (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Gay activists -- Michigan -- Ferndale. AIDS activists -- Michigan -- Ferndale.

Title: Cornerstone Alliance Web Archives

URL: http://cstonealliance.org/index.php

Description: Cornerstone Alliance is a Benton Harbor, Michigan based non-profit, investor-driven economic development organization focusing on tax and job base creation, with an emphasis on socially and economically distressed areas, and facilitating change through partnership within Michigan's Great Southwest. Site contains information about Cornerstone Alliance services, news, investment opportunities, etc.

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Subject:   Business information services -- Michigan -- Benton Harbor. Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan -- Benton Harbor. Commerce. Cornerstone Alliance.

Title: My Perspective - What Constance Thinks Web Archives

URL: http://cumbey.blogspot.com/

Description: Blog of Constance E. Cumbey, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., attorney, an observer and investigator of various cults and cult activities, primarily concentrating on the so-called New Age movement. News and views of Constance Cumbey concerning "Radical Middle", New Age Movement, Communitarianism, "planetary humanism," "global governance," European Union, Javier Solana, Jeremy Rifkin, "New Age Politics," law in the USA.

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Subject:   New Age movement. Religion. Occultism. United States -- Religion -- 1960- Cumbey, Constance E.

Title: Dan Pliskow Jazz Archives

URL: http://dan-pliskow-prqq.squarespace.com/

Description: Archives of photographs, news clippings, correspondence, flyers and other memorabilia related to the Detroit Jazz scene from the 1950s through the 2010s. Collected, maintained, and annotated by Detroit musician Dan Pliskow; many images and materials represent his experiences playing bass in various ensembles in the area.

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Subject:   Jazz musicians -- Michigan -- Detroit.

Title: Dawnland Native Ministries Web Archives

URL: http://dawnland.weebly.com/

Description: "Dawnland Native Ministries exists to honor the Great Spirit and to bless the indigenous people of the land. We are endeavoring to build bridges of understanding with all peoples regarding the damage done by America’s boarding school policies and their effects on the current generations." The Dawnland Native Ministries website includes information about the ministries and its director, Warren Petoskey.

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Subject:   Ottawa Indians -- Michigan. Indians of North America -- Michigan.

Title: Time Magazine Detroit Blog Web Archives

URL: http://detroit.blogs.time.com/category/detroit

Description: A yearlong blogging project (Sept. 2009-Nov. 2010) by Time Magazine dedicated to the city of Detroit. Articles and podcasts include comments.

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Title: Detroit Metblogs

URL: http://detroit.metblogs.com/

Description: Network of city-specific blogs on the Web.

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Subject:   Blogs -- Michigan -- Detroit. Blogging.

Title: Detroit Black Community Food Security Network Web Archives

URL: http://detroitblackfoodsecurity.org/

Description: Website of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network. The DBCFSN was formed to address food insecurity in Detroit's Black community, and to organize members of that community to play a more active leadership role in the local food security movement.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Ethnic groups. Urban agriculture -- Michigan -- Detroit. Food security -- Michigan -- Detroit. Food cooperatives -- Michigan -- Detroit.

URL: http://detroitblightbusters.org/

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Title: Detroit Digital Justice Coalition Web Archives

URL: http://detroitdjc.org/

Description: Detroit Digital Justice Coalition (DDJC) web site contains information about local events and workshops, employment opportunities in the field of electronic technology and media, articles and commentaries, as well as DDJC online magazine "Communication is a Fundamental Human Right." DDJC is comprised of people and organizations in Detroit who believe that communication is a fundamental human right through activities that are grounded in the digital justice principles of: access, participation, common ownership, and healthy communities.

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Subject:   Digital divide. Digital media -- Job vacancies -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce. Information superhighway.

Title: Detroit History Podcast Web Archives

URL: http://detroithistorypodcast.com/

Description: Website for the Detroit History Podcast, hosted by Tim Kiska.

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Subject:   History -- Michigan -- Detroit.

Title: West Side Detroit Polish American Historical Society Web Archives

URL: http://detroitpolonia.org/

Description: The West Side Detroit Polish American Historical Society was formed to function as an educational, historic, cultural, literary, and scientific organization, acting as a medium for research, public education, preservation, dissemination and publication of Polish and Polish American history and culture, specifically as it pertains to the immigrants who settled on Detroit’s west side and the neighborhoods they built, which the Board of Directors has defined as the area from the Ambassador Bridge to I- 96 to Evergreen Road, south on Evergreen Road to the Rouge River, from the Rouge River to the Detroit River, and back to the Ambassador Bridge. The organization commemorates historic buildings, churches, and individuals and functions as a repository of historical archives, including artifacts, documents, oral histories, photographs, audio and videotapes, documentary films, and other significant records relative to the organization’s mission and purposes. Web site contains articles, information about events.

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Subject:   Polish Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Ethnic groups. Polish Americans -- Michigan -- Societies, etc.

Title: Detroit: Evaluation of a City Web Archives

URL: http://detroiturbex.com/content/ba/feat/index.html

Description: Detroit: Evolution of a City is an interactive look at the growth, decline, and revival of the city of Detroit through historic and present-day pictures. Interactive site containing historic and modern photographs of locations in Detroit. To move back and forth between the old picture and the new, one must click and drag on the bar in the center of the image. Copyright note: For historic images, copyright is held by the original creator, as noted in the caption. For current pictures, unless otherwise noted the copyright is held by Detroiturbex.com.

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Subject:   Detroit (Mich.) -- Pictorial works. Detroit (Mich.) -- History -- Pictorial works.

Title: Michigan Pride Web Archives

URL: http://dev3.spartaninternet.com/michiganpride/index.php

Description: Organization that provides education, outreach, support and events to enhance the lives of lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgendered people in Michigan.

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Subject:   Social justice. Transgender people -- Michigan -- Societies, etc. Gay community -- Michigan. Gays -- Michigan -- Societies, etc. Lesbians -- Michigan -- Societies, etc. Bisexuals -- Michigan -- Societies, etc. Michigan Pride.

Title: Representative John Dingell Web Archives

URL: http://dingell.house.gov/

Description: Website of US Representative John D. Dingell representing Michigan's Fifteenth Congressional District, which includes parts of Wayne and Washtenaw County and all of Monroe County.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Wayne County (Mich.) -- Politics and government. United States -- Politics and government. Michigan -- Politics and government. Monroe County (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Washtenaw County (Mich.) -- Politics and government. Democratic Party (U.S.)

Title: Chrysler LLC Bankruptcy Collection Web Archives

URL: http://dm.epiq11.com/CHR/docket/Default.aspx?rc=1

Description: Old Carco LLC (formerly known as Chrysler LLC) bankruptcy docket and case information.

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Subject:   Liquidation -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce. Bankruptcy -- Michigan -- Detroit. Corporations -- Michigan -- Detroit. Jenner & Block LLP. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (Firm)

Title: Chrysler LLC Bankruptcy Collection Web Archives

URL: http://dm.epiq11.com/CHR/project/Default.aspx

Description: Old Carco LLC (formerly known as Chrysler LLC) bankruptcy docket and case information.

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Subject:   Liquidation -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce. Bankruptcy -- Michigan -- Detroit. Corporations -- Michigan -- Detroit. Jenner & Block LLP. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (Firm)

Title: General Motors Bankruptcy Collection Web Archives

URL: http://docs.motorsliquidationdocket.com/

Description: Motors Liquidation Company court documents and claims register.

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Subject:   Liquidation -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce. Bankruptcy -- Michigan -- Detroit. Corporations -- Michigan -- Detroit. General Motors Company.

Title: East Michigan Environmental Action Council (EMEAC) Web Archives

URL: http://emeacweb.blogspot.com/

Description: Website of East Michigan Environmental Action Council, a citizen action group concerned with environmental issues and whose mission is to empower the Detroit community to protect, preserve and value the land, air and water. The group builds community power through environmental justice education, youth development and collaborative relationship building.

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Subject:   Citizens’ associations -- Michigan. Natural resources. Environmental protection -- Michigan. Conservation of natural resources -- Michigan. Hazardous wastes -- Michigan. East Michigan Environmental Action Council.

Title: Equality Michigan Web Archives

URL: http://equalitymi.org/

Description: Statewide political advocacy organization organized in 1999 with the purpose of building a base of support to end discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

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Subject:   Social justice. Same-sex marriage -- Law and legislation -- Michigan. Gay community -- Michigan. Gay rights -- Michigan. Equality Michigan. Michigan Equality.

Title: Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church--George H. Latimer-Knight Ministries International (GHLK) Web Archives

URL: http://fatherhurley.com/

Description: Web site of George H. Latimer-Knight Ministries International (GHLK), created by George H. Latimer-Knight and dedicated to the memory of Father George W. Hurley. The Ministries are part of the Universal Hagar’s Spiritual Church Association founded by Father Hurley in 1923. The site contains information about the GHLK and Rev. Latimer-Knight, Rev. Latimer-Knight's commentaries and messages on various subjects, including video recordings and video sermons.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Sermons, American. African American churches -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Religious life -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Hurley, George W. Latimer-Knight, George H.

Title: Universal Hagar's Spiritual Church--George H. Latimer-Knight Ministries International (GHLK) Web Archives

URL: http://fatherhurley.com/universal-hagars-spiritual-church/

Description: Web site of George H. Latimer-Knight Ministries International (GHLK), created by George H. Latimer-Knight and dedicated to the memory of Father George W. Hurley. The Ministries are part of the Universal Hagar’s Spiritual Church Association founded by Father Hurley in 1923. The site contains information about the GHLK and Rev. Latimer-Knight, Rev. Latimer-Knight's commentaries and messages on various subjects, including video recordings and video sermons.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Sermons, American. African American churches -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Religious life -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Hurley, George W. Latimer-Knight, George H.

Title: Library of John E. Fetzer's Inquiry into Science and Spirituality Web Archives

URL: http://fetzerlibrary1.com/

Description: "Content in this library is comprised of materials by John E. Fetzer, current and former trustees, commissioned essays and oral histories from various people who knew John Fetzer. Oral histories were included as submitted by the participant and may include inaccurate statements. The John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust does not endorse the subjects of or attest to the accuracy of statements made by contributors, and further advises the reader to use their own judgement." The website includes a timeline, glossary, and how to contact the library.

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Subject:   Oral history. Religion and science. John E. Fetzer Memorial Trust.

Title: Flint Water Study Web Archives

URL: http://flintwaterstudy.org/

Description: Website of the FlintWaterStudy research team, a research team from Virginia Tech studying the Flint water crisis. The website contains updates from the research team, frequently asked questions, and links to government documents, scientific studies, social media feeds, and media coverage related to the crisis.

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Subject:   Environmental conditions. Public health.

Title: The G.A.R. Building Detroit Web Archives

URL: http://gardetroit.org/

Description: This site covers the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) building. The G.A.R. building was purchased by the media production firm Mindfield from the City of Detroit in November, 2011. Mindfield has started renovating the G.A.R., with opening slated for spring 2014. Mindfield plans to occupy the top two floors itself, lease the ground floor for retail and a restaurant, and dedicate a memorial to Civil War Veterans. The G.A.R. Building was designed by architect Julian Hess, and constructed at 1942 West Grand River and Cass as an appropriate structure for meetings and other G.A.R. related activities. The original construction cost was split between the Grand Army of the Republic (who paid $6000 of the cost) and the city of Detroit (who paid the remainder of the $44,000 total cost). Construction commenced in 1897 on the five-story building.

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Subject:   Commerce. Architecture -- Michigan -- Detroit. Grand Army of the Republic.

Title: Greater Grace Temple Web Archives

URL: http://greatergrace.org/

Description: Greater Grace Temple is a 6,000 member church located in Northwest Detroit in the complex known as The City of David. The Church was founded in 1927 by Bishop Ellington Forbes. The web site contains information about the church, services, events and activities, and ministries. The Broadcast Center contains videos of Illustrated Sermons by Bishop Charles H. Ellis III, Senior Pastor.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. African American churches -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Religious life -- Michigan -- Detroit. African American public worship -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Greater Grace Temple.

Title: Greater Grace Temple Web Archives

URL: http://greatergrace.org/index.php

Description: Greater Grace Temple is a 6,000 member church located in Northwest Detroit in the complex known as The City of David. The Church was founded in 1927 by Bishop Ellington Forbes. The web site contains information about the church, services, events and activities, and ministries. The Broadcast Center contains videos of Illustrated Sermons by Bishop Charles H. Ellis III, Senior Pastor.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. African American churches -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Religious life -- Michigan -- Detroit. African American public worship -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Greater Grace Temple.

Title: The Greening of Detroit Web Archives

URL: http://greeningofdetroit.com/

Description: Website of the Greening of Detroit, a nonprofit resource agency that partners with federal, state and local agencies, corporations and foundations to assist neighborhood groups, churches and schools in their efforts to improve the ecosystem in Detroit through tree planting projects, environmental education, urban agriculture, open space reclamation, vacant and land management, and workforce development programs. Website contains project information, volunteer information and organization background.

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Subject:   Environmentalism -- Michigan. Urban agriculture. Land management.

Title: Groundcover News Web Archives

URL: http://groundcovernews.com/archive.htm

Description: Ann Arbor, Michigan edition of Groundcover News was founded in April, 2010 as a means to empower homeless persons to make the transition from homeless to housed, and from jobless to employed. Street newspapers like Groundcover News exist in cities all over the United States in an effort to raise awareness of the plight of homeless and combat the increase in poverty.

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Subject:   Social justice. Homeless persons -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor -- Newspapers. Groundcover News.

Title: Groundcover News Web Archives

URL: http://groundcovernews.org/

Description: Ann Arbor, Michigan edition of Groundcover News was founded in April, 2010 as a means to empower homeless persons to make the transition from homeless to housed, and from jobless to employed. Street newspapers like Groundcover News exist in cities all over the United States in an effort to raise awareness of the plight of homeless and combat the increase in poverty.

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Subject:   Social justice. Homeless persons -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor -- Newspapers. Groundcover News.

Title: Hantz Woodlands Web Archives

URL: http://hantzfarmsdetroit.com/

Description: Hantz Woodlands, an enterprise of Hantz Farms Detroit, is an urban farming organization committed to transforming blight to beauty in Detroit by converting vacant, abandoned properties to fields for new agricultural production.

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Subject:   Urban renewal -- Michigan -- Detroit. Natural resources. Urban agriculture -- Michigan -- Detroit.

Title: Hartford Memorial Baptist Church Web Archives

URL: http://hartfordchurchdetroit.org/home.aspx

Description: Web site of the Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit, a historic African-American church. The church was founded in 1917 (the Rev. Edgar Wendell Edwards, pastor). Site contains information about the church, events, services, church leadership, as well as streaming videos of services, blogs and online Hartford Spirit magazine.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Baptists -- Michigan -- Detroit. African American churches -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Religious life -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Hartford Memorial Baptist Church.

Title: Historic Detroit Web Archives

URL: http://historicdetroit.org/

Description: HistoricDetroit.org is Detroit’s place to learn the stories behind the city’s historic places and for photographers, historians and others to share their love, images, memories and more about its landmarks. It is a nonprofit Web site where all are encouraged to share their photos and stories. All contributors maintain full rights of and receive full credit on their submissions and can remove them at any time. The site was founded in June 2011 by Dan Austin, author of “Lost Detroit: Stories Behind the Motor City’s Majestic Ruins” and former writer, photographer, researcher and webmaster behind the Detroit history site BuildingsofDetroit.com.

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Subject:   Detroit (Mich.) -- Pictorial works.

Title: Hartford Memorial Baptist Church Web Archives

URL: http://hmbcdetroit.org/

Description: Web site of the Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit, a historic African-American church. The church was founded in 1917 (the Rev. Edgar Wendell Edwards, pastor). Site contains information about the church, events, services, church leadership, as well as streaming videos of services, blogs and online Hartford Spirit magazine.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Baptists -- Michigan -- Detroit. African American churches -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Religious life -- Michigan -- Detroit. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Hartford Memorial Baptist Church.

Title: Hype&Sou!-The Motown History Web Archives

URL: http://hypeandsoul.blogspot.com/

Description: Blogspot of Detroit-born Al Abrams, the first employee of what was to become Berry Gordy, Jr.’s Motown Record Corporation. Working originally as National Promotion Director, he later became the company’s Director of Public Relations through the glory years of 1964-66. After leaving Motown, Abrams established his own PR firm, Al Abrams Associates, and worked with Stax-Volt Records. He served as PR Director for Holland-Dozier-Holland’s classic Invictus and Hot Wax Records, represented former Supreme Flo Ballard in her solo career with ABC Records, and worked for and with James Brown, Aretha Franklin and many others. Author of 11 books, he was an award-winning investigative reporter for the Windsor Star in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Abrams has been a freelance reporter and publicist since 1994. Abrams is also the executive producer and creator of Memories of Motown, which was produced in Berlin’s Estrel Festival Center, January 7 to February 1, 2009. This was the only international show recognizing the 50th birthday of the iconic record label, and celebrated both Motown’s golden anniversary and its global musical legacy. Abrams was inducted into the Michigan Rock and Roll Legends Hall of Fame in 2011.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce. Popular music -- United States. Brown, Al, 1941- Motown Record Corporation -- History. Abrams, Alan E.

Title: Islamic Center of America (ICOFA) Web Archives

URL: http://icofa.com/

Description: Established in 1963, ICOFA is one of North America’s oldest institutions. The Islamic Center serves the needs of Muslims in the greater Detroit area as well as throughout the U.S. ICOFA receives, administers and distributes funds to preserve and teach the religion of Islam; perpetuates the social, moral, and religious standards of Muslims in the U.S.; teaches the Arabic language; educates the American society about Islam and the Arab culture. Web site contains information about ICOFA leadership, community, center's services, activities and events, and a photo gallery.

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Subject:   Muslims -- Michigan. Ethnic groups. Arab Americans -- Michigan. Religion.

Title: I Love Detroit Michigan Web Archives

URL: http://ilovedetroitmichigan.com/

Description: This site offers "a filtered Detroit experience", covering topics related to Detroit and the surrounding geographical area. Blog posts, reviews, and photos are posted covering music, architecture, street art, restaurants, and other cultural topics in Detroit. Articles about similar topics in other cities are posted in the "On Vacation" section.

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Subject:   Sports -- Michigan -- Detroit. Music. Culture -- Michigan -- Detroit. Art and popular culture -- Michigan -- Detroit. Architecture -- Michigan -- Detroit. Restaurants -- Michigan -- Detroit. Graffiti -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce.

Title: Governor Jennifer Granholm Web Archives

URL: http://jennifergranholm.com/

Description: Website of Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm. Served as Governor from 2003 to 2011.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Governors -- Michigan. Michigan. Governor (2003-2011 : Granholm)

Title: Judge Deborah Geraldine Bledsoe Ford Web Archives

URL: http://judgebledsoeford.com/

Description: Re-election campaign of Judge Deborah Geraldine Bledsoe Ford for 36th District Court. Contains Judge Bledsoe Ford's biography, audio files of messages, and information about contributors.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Ethnic groups. African American judges -- Elections -- Michigan. African American women -- Michigan. African American women lawyers -- Michigan. Women -- Michigan. Michigan. District Court (36th district) -- Elections.

Title: Korean School of Ann Arbor Web Archives

URL: http://koreanschoolaa.org/

Description: Website for the Korean School of Ann Arbor, including information on the school's history, news & announcements, upcoming events, enrollment information, academic calendar, teacher contact information, and a photo gallery of past events.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Educators -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor. Korean language. Korean culture & civilization. Schools -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.

Title: Korean Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor Web Archives

URL: http://kpcaa.us/

Description: Site includes sermons, schedules of events and worship, photos, news, and other information about the Korean Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor. Most information is available only in Korean.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Religion. Presbyterian Church -- Michigan. Ann Arbor (Mich.) -- Religious life and customs. Korean language. Korean culture & civilization.

Title: Ladies' Literary Club Web Archives

URL: http://ladiesliteraryclub.org

Description: "Founded in 1878, The Ladies’ Literary Club of Ypsilanti is a private women’s club. The ladies of the club purchased their historic 1840s Greek Revival clubhouse in 1914. Today the clubhouse is on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered one of the most important Greek Revival structures in the state of Michigan.

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Subject:   Women -- Michigan -- Ypsilanti -- Societies and clubs. Women -- Organizations. Literature -- Societies, etc.

Title: Little Traverse Conservancy Web Archives

URL: http://landtrust.org/

Description: Website of the Little Traverse Conservancy whose mission is to protect the natural diversity and beauty of northern Michigan by preserving significant land and scenic areas, and fostering appreciation and understanding of the environment. Its service area includes Chippewa, Mackinac, Emmet, Cheboygan, and Charlevoix Counties.

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Subject:   Conservation projects (Natural resources) -- Michigan, Northern. Nature centers -- Michigan, Northern. Nature conservation -- Michigan, Northern. Natural resources. Environmental protection -- Michigan, Northern. Conservation of natural resources -- Michigan, Northern. Natural areas -- Michigan, Northern.

Title: Learning Disabilities Association of Michigan Web Archives

URL: http://ldaofmichigan.org/

Description: Michigan affiliate of organization established to advocate for individuals with learning disabilities.

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Subject:   Special education -- Michigan. Learning disabilities -- Michigan. Learning Disabilities Association of Michigan.

Title: Mars Hill Bible Church Web Archives

URL: http://marshill.org/

Description: Web site of Mars Hill Bible Church in Grandville, Mich., founded by Rob Bell in 1999. Site contains information about Mars Hill, its theology and missions, as well as schedule of events, religious and community services, volunteer opportunities, etc.

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Subject:   Religion. Christians -- Michigan -- Grandville. Bell, Rob.

Title: Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners

URL: http://mcrgo.org/

Description: The Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners website promotes safe use and ownership of firearms through education, litigation, and legislation, as well as resources and resources for anyone involved in the shooting sports.

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Subject:   Concealed carry of firearms -- Law and legislation. Gun control -- Michigan. Michigan. Legislature.

Title: Migrant Health Promotion Web Archives

URL: http://mhpsalud.org/

Description: Migrant Health Promotion provides culturally-appropriate health education and outreach and sustainable community development to farmworker, migrant, border, and/or other underserved or isolated communities throughout the nation. Through increased knowledge and skill building, individuals and families will be empowered to live healthy lives.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Immigrants -- Health and hygiene -- United States. Immigrants -- Health and hygiene -- Texas. Immigrants -- Health and hygiene -- Florida. Immigrants -- Health and hygiene -- Michigan. Immigrants -- Health and hygiene -- Ohio. Migrant Health Promotion.

Title: Michigan Botanical Club

URL: http://michbotclub.org/

Description: The Michigan Botanical Club is the native plant society of the State of Michigan. The club was founded in 1941 and there are several regional chapters around the state. The club is focused on conservation, education, research and advocacy regarding native Michigan plants. The club runs the Big Tree Program, keeping track of the largest trees in Michigan. The site includes information about the club, membership information, chapter information, news, publications, events and meetings, and links to similar organizations and more information about native plants.

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Subject:   Botany -- Michigan. Michigan Botanical Club.

Title: Taking Action on Flint Water Web Archives

URL: http://michigan.gov/flintwater

Description: Website published by the State of Michigan to provide resources for residents of Flint, Michigan regarding the Flint water crisis, including information about the state's response to the crisis, the health effects of the contaminated water, information about how to receive or provide assistance, and a media center with links to further information.

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Subject:   Environmental conditions. Public health.

Title: Sierra Club Michigan Chapter Web Archives

URL: http://michigan.sierraclub.org/

Description: The Sierra Club's members work together to protect communities and the planet. Founded in 1892, the Club is America's oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Their mission is to: (1) Explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; (2) Practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystems and resources; (3) Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and (4) Use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

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Subject:   Refuse and refuse disposal -- Michigan. Wetlands -- Michigan. Natural resources. Land use -- Michigan. Salvage (Waste, etc.) -- Michigan. Environmental protection -- Michigan. Conservation of natural resources -- Michigan. Michigan Sierra Club. Sierra Club. Michigan Chapter.

Title: Michigan Election Reform Alliance Web Archives

URL: http://michiganelectionreformalliance.org/

Description: The Michigan Election Reform Alliance (MERA) is a non- profit, non-partisan, pro-democracy, grassroots organization dedicated to the realization of election processes that consistently uphold the principles of democracy to ensure the confidence of voters and maximize representation of all citizens of the United States of America. Site contains information about post- election audits in Michigan, MERA proposed legislation, plan, and testimonies (2008-)

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Subject:   Voting -- Michigan. Elections -- Michigan. Michigan Election Reform Alliance.

URL: http://michiganmilitia.com/

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Title: Michigan Nature Association Web Archives

URL: http://michigannature.org/

Description: Organization founded in 1952 to acquire and preserve nature sanctuaries in Michigan. The association was previously named St. Clair Metropolitan Beach Sanctuary Association (1952-1955), Macomb Nature Association (1955-1965), and Eastern Michigan Nature Association (1965-1970).

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Subject:   Natural areas -- Michigan. Environmental protection -- Michigan. Conservation of natural resources -- Michigan. Natural resources. Michigan Nature Association.

Title: Michigan Nature Association Web Archives

URL: http://michigannature.wordpress.com/

Description: Organization founded in 1952 to acquire and preserve nature sanctuaries in Michigan. The association was previously named St. Clair Metropolitan Beach Sanctuary Association (1952-1955), Macomb Nature Association (1955-1965), and Eastern Michigan Nature Association (1965-1970).

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Subject:   Natural areas -- Michigan. Environmental protection -- Michigan. Conservation of natural resources -- Michigan. Natural resources. Michigan Nature Association.

Title: Michigan Truth Squad Web Archives

URL: http://michigantruthsquad.com/

Description: A nonprofit association founded by the Center for Michigan to address false claims in political speech in the state of Michigan.

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Subject:   Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan. Michigan -- Politics and government. The Center for Michigan.

Title: Midtown Detroit, Inc. Web Archives

URL: http://midtowndetroitinc.org/

Description: Website of the nonprofit planning and development organization Midtown Detroit, Inc. that was formed after the merging of two Detroit organizations; University Cultural Center Association (UCCA) and New Center Council, Inc. MDI supports the physical maintenance and revitalization of the Midtown Detroit neighborhood while working to enhance public awareness, appreciation, and use of the district.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Detroit (Mich.) -- Economic conditions. Real Property -- Michigan -- Detroit. Commerce. Community development corporations -- Michigan -- Detroit.

Title: Michigan GOP Web Archives

URL: http://migop.org/

Description: Website of the Michigan Republican Party. Republicans have a long history with basic principles: Individuals, not government, can make the best decisions; all people are entitled to equal rights; and decisions are best made close to home.

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Subject:   Public policy and politics. Michigan -- Politics and government. Republican Party (Mich.)

Title: Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) Web Archives

URL: http://mimfg.org/

Description: MMA is the state’s leading advocate exclusively devoted to promoting and maintaining a business climate favorable to industry. Established in 1902 and incorporated in 1923, MMA represents the interests and needs of nearly 3,000 members, ranging from small manufacturing companies to some of the world’s largest corporations. Web site contains information about Michigan political and economic changes in relation to business and manufacturing, information about resources, law and legislation, education and development, publications, and news archive 2003-

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Subject:   Michigan -- Economic conditions. Manufactures -- Michigan. Manufacturing industries -- Government policy. Manufacturing industries -- Michigan. Commerce. Michigan Manufacturers Association.

Title: Miss Kim Web Archives

URL: http://misskimannarbor.com/

Description: Website for Miss Kim, a Korean restaurant in Ann Arbor that is part of Zingerman's Community of Businesses.

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Subject:   Restaurants -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.

Title: Michigan Taiwanese American Organization Web Archives

URL: http://mitai.org/

Description: Michigan Taiwanese American Organization (MiTAI) was founded in 2002, whose members are mainly immigrants from Taiwan. The objective of MiTAI is to promote cultural exchange between Michigan residents and Taiwanese Americans in Michigan through seminars and concerts.

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Subject:   Ethnic groups. Taiwanese Americans -- Michigan. Taiwanese Americans -- Societies -- Michigan.

Title: Michigan Women's Foundation Web Archives

URL: http://miwf.mediathree.net/

Description: Michigan Women's Foundation (MWF) champions the causes of social justice for women and girls through public and grantee education, philanthropy and advocacy. MWF seeks to help women and girls to achieve economic justice; experience their communities as safe places; value and have equal access to education and training; address gender discrimination in all forms; transform society. Web site contains information about MWF and its newsletters; information for/about grant-givers and grant- seeker; and links to educational resources and funding sources.

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Subject:   Endowments -- Michigan. Nonprofit organizations -- Michigan. Women -- Michigan. Michigan Women's Foundation.

Title: Michigan Women's Foundation News and Newsletters Web Archives

URL: http://miwf.mediathree.net/?p=324

Description: The Michigan Women's Foundation supports economic and social equality for women and girls in Michigan. This webpage contains newsletters, articles, and press releases issued by the Michigan Women's Foundation between 2009 and 2011.

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Subject:   Social justice -- Michigan. Women's rights -- Michigan. Michigan Women's Foundation.

Title: Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) Web Archives

URL: http://mma-net.org/

Description: MMA is the state’s leading advocate exclusively devoted to promoting and maintaining a business climate favorable to industry. Established in 1902 and incorporated in 1923, MMA represents the interests and needs of nearly 3,000 members, ranging from small manufacturing companies to some of the world’s largest corporations. Web site contains information about Michigan political and economic changes in relation to business and manufacturing, information about resources, law and legislation, education and development, publications, and news archive 2003-

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Subject:   Michigan -- Economic conditions. Manufactures -- Michigan. Manufacturing industries -- Government policy. Manufacturing industries -- Michigan. Commerce. Michigan Manufacturers Association.

Title: Michigan Business Incubator Association Newsletters Web Archives

URL: http://mms.michiganincubation.org/members/newsletters.php?org_id=MBIA

Description: This webpage captures an archive of newsletters published by the Michigan Business Incubator Association between 2012 and 2016. The Michigan Business Incubator Association helps to foster state, local and regional economic success through business incubation.

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Subject:   Business incubators -- United States -- Michigan. Commerce. Business associations. Business -- Michigan.

Title: Michigan Special Education Mediation Program (MSEMP) Web Archives

URL: http://msemp.cenmi.org/

Description: MSEMP helps parents, educators, and service providers develop productive relationships for resolving issues in early intervention and special education. MSEMP is a federally funded project of the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Early Intervention Services.

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Subject:   Mediation. Special education -- Michigan.

Title: Michigan Special Education Mediation Program Newsletter Web Archives

URL: http://msemp.cenmi.org/Newsletter.aspx

Description: "The Reaching Agreement newsletter is published by the Michigan Special Education Mediation Program. It will appear twice a year to inform the special education and early intervention communities about activities and resources available for resolving disputes. A limited number of printed copies are available upon request." Site contains archived newsletters dated Spring 2007, Fall/Winter 2007, Spring 2009, and Winter 2010.

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Subject:   Mediation. Special education -- Michigan.

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