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Social and Political Activism - Week of July 27, 2020
In the face of shortages of testing materials and laboratory testing capacity, Detroit Street Filling Station - a vegan restaurant in Ann Arbor, Michigan - has decided to take matters into their own hands. This Thursday they will hold a bake sale to raise funds for local coronavirus testing efforts.
"The government has failed to devote the necessary resources to testing - the best method we have to fight this pandemic," said Phillis Engelbert, owner of Detroit Street Filling Station. "Therefore we are stepping up to raise funds through a good old-fashioned bake sale."
Vegan baked goods, prepared at the restaurant's sister operation -The Lunch Room Bakery & Café - will include the following items:
• "Let Them Eat Cake" vanilla bean cake
• "Losing his Marbles" cupcakes
• "Orange Puffball" coconut macaroons
• "Rocky Road" fudge
• "Fantastic Fauci" apple hand pies
Detroit Street Filling Station, 300 Detroit St. Free admission. firstname.lastname@example.org thelunchrooma2.com [map]
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