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Community High School Students Enjoy A Multi-Ethnic Thanksgiving Feast, November 1974 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

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Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1974
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Learning By Eating Community High School students crowded around a pre-Thanksgiving feast Wednesday featuring everything from egg rolls and fried rice to black-eyed peas, enchiladas and adobe bread. Students and teachers prepared foods to represent the four primary American ethnic groups of color: black, Asian, Spanish surname and Native Americans. As part of the multi-ethnic assembly students prepared informative exhibits and presented a program featuring cultural contributions of the four ethnic groups. Teachers Sandi Raad and Marian Hallada initiated the Thanksgiving celebration. (News Photo by Jack Stubbs)

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February
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1981
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