Joe Ann Baker grew up a small town in Eastman Georgia where she did not notice prejudices (white doll). But life was quite different when she moved north. After moving north she encountered racism and white flight in Michigan. She also discusses the Highland Park riots and the mayor at that time Coleman A Young.
Listen to Interview:
- Date Interviewed: Sunday, 23 March 2008
- Interviewer: GeVonda Marrie Baker
Marygrove Archives ARC-SP 0100 File #15
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Baker, G. (Interviewer) & Baker, J. (Interviewee). (2008). Joe Ann Baker: Migration within the U.S. [Interview transcript]. Retrieved from the Novak Archive at Marygrove College: https://www.marygrove.edu/detroit-journeys