Elizabeth Garlow

Michigan Corps

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Executive Director of Michigan Corps

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Divisive elections and political debates, horrific shootings, angrily defended positions on issues like gun control are all part of the history of 2012.

A Look Back at 2012 and Community-Building in America

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