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Things your local news channel isn’t telling you about Sherman Park

By Dominik Franco, 10th grade     Sometimes the media gives us negative information about an event, people, situation or place and when the media transmit negative information to us we create stereotypes. If this was the case with a … Continue reading

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Escuela Verde Students Share a Different View of Milwaukee Neighborhoods

As part of this quarter’s advisory project, some Escuela Verde students have looked at their surrounding neighborhoods through the lens of Social Justice and Fair Distribution to understand the role of media in our perception of safety. With this in … Continue reading

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The South Side’s Best Hidden Secret

by Shemari Robertson, 9th grade In this post I want to talk about the different types of foods you can find in the south side of Milwaukee. At first I thought the south side had just Mexican food but as … Continue reading

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Auto Corrected Discrimination in Milwaukee

by Alejandro Arias, 10th grade I was on google the other day and my advisor asked to look up information about the “south side” of Milwaukee. So I type it up and… Just as I finish the last letter , … Continue reading

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A Restaurant on the south side you should check out!

by Cristian Jimenez, 7th grade La isla is the restaurant you should check out. It is a Puerto Rican restaurant. I like it a lot. The busiest time is around 12:00 in the afternoon. They have traditional Puerto Rican fare … Continue reading

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An insider’s perspective of Milwaukee’s South Side

by Luna Carranza, 7th grade My advisory this month was working on how the south side is being showed as a bad place on the news when we turn on the tv to news or the news we hear from other … Continue reading

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Help us send 10 students to Costa Rica in May 2017

We’re giving ten Escuela Verde students a bilingual, bicultural experience with an eight-day trip to Costa Rica. They’ll learn about sustainability efforts throughout the country, from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, taking their new knowledge back home to … Continue reading

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