Gabrielle Johnson · Uncategorized

Detroit Day Photo Story

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Professor Amy Haimerl gives JRN 450 students an overview of Detroit Day tour.
Detroit Day 1
A sign outside of the Farmer’s Hand, which is a woman owned artisanal pantry,market and kitchen which specializes in Michigan made food and products.
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A chalkboard outside of  Farmer’s Hand that has their slogan,”All Honest. All Local.”
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Amy Haimerl listens as Farmer’s Hand founders Rohani Foulkes and Kiki Louya tell the story of the store.
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Products inside Farmer’s Hand.
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Farmer’s Hand menu.
Detroit Day 2
A sign hanging outside of Mama’s Coo’s boutique, which is a store that sells vintage and resale items.
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JRN 450 students search Mama Coo’s for unique items.
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JRN 450 students arrive at Pony Ride.
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Mural inside Pony Ride dance studio.
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Pony Ride dance studio.
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The Lip Bar and Naturalicious.
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Naturalicious founder Gwen Jimmere shares her reason for starting a business. After a tough divorce she decided she was going to be her own boss. Her six year old son Caiden is her motivation.
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JRN 450 students listen to Melissa Butler’s reason for starting the Lip Bar. She wanted women to feel beautiful in their own individual skin.
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Two children enjoy the sunny day outside of Pony Ride.

 

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Jean repair station in Detroit Denim.
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Jean choices inside of Detroit Denim.
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A very expensive wallet price tag.
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Detroit Denim worker repairs jeans as he listens to music.

 

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