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Great Depression Exhibit at Lorenzo

Discover how families weathered the this rough period at an exhibit in Clinton Township, Feb. 27-May 8.

'Migrant Mother,' an iconic image from the Great Depression.

Times are tough for southeast Michigan families right now. Get a little perspective from another rough era in new exhibit And Still They Prospered: Living Through the Great Depression, a Detroit flavored exhibit on the '30s at the Lorenzo Cultural Center in Clinton Township. Explore how folks worked, the Clarke Family Quilt Collection and a special focus on Michigan Jews during this period. Ultimately, you'll learn how innovation, perseverance, creativity and compassion pulled us through one of the most difficult times in U.S. history. Opens Saturday, Feb. 27 and runs until May 8. Best of all – admission is free!

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