For a few days in March 1970, U-M hosted what may have been the most important single event in its history, an event that pushed on the wheel of history and launched the modern movement to save the planet from environmental disaster. It changed lives, especially the lives of the organizers. The Heritage Project shares the story of Michigan’s Teach-In on the Environment, providing historical context and highlighting the importance of the event as a prototype for the first Earth Day and an exercise in public education.
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