A message from LWV Appleton President Jeanne Roberts and Vice President of Programs Renee Gralewicz on Systemic Racism & Violence Towards Women.
LWV Appleton Monthly Program
November 16, 2020
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Kristi Clover, Almost Home Program Manager for Habitat for Humanity
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PowerPoint Slides from the Presentation
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