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Burns Park Second Grader Jordi Mata-Fink Samples Baking Supplies, September 1990 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Burns Park Second Grader Jordi Mata-Fink Samples Baking Supplies, September 1990 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1990
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Anne Elder, a member of the Wildflour Bakery collective, demonstrates a baking technique for students at Burns Park Elementary School in Ann Arbor. As part of the bakery's Rolling In Dough program Elder teaches students that bread doesn't just 'come from the store.' At left, Lauren Mills practices kneading dough while Jordi Mata-Fink, below, tastes raisins before adding them to his own recipe.

Anne Elder Teaches Second Graders How To Make Bread, September 1990 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Anne Elder Teaches Second Graders How To Make Bread, September 1990 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1990
Caption
Anne Elder, a member of the Wildflour Bakery collective, demonstrates a baking technique for students at Burns Park Elementary School in Ann Arbor. As part of the bakery's Rolling In Dough program Elder teaches students that bread doesn't just 'come from the store.' At left, Lauren Mills practices kneading dough while Jordi Mata-Fink, below, tastes raisins before adding them to his own recipe.
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AACHM Oral History: Dolores and James Turner

Wed, 09/22/2021 - 11:05am

Dolores TurnerDolores Preston Turner was born in Ann Arbor in the early 1940s, and her family lived in a small historically Black neighborhood on Woodlawn Avenue. She graduated from Ann Arbor High School, where she met her future husband, James Turner. She remembers moving into their first apartment in Pittsfield Village as a result of fair housing protests in Ann Arbor in the 1960s. Turner has two master’s degrees and she taught English at Huron High School for 30 years. Dolores and James celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September 2021.

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