Tag Archives: Chicago

Project Orange Tree

For my final action project in Policy, HM, GL, DC, GF, CA and myself worked together to prevent gun violence in Chicago through a youth-led organization called Project Orange Tree that affiliates itself closely with Lupe Fiasco’s foundation. Project Orange Tree is a campaign that wants to teach youth about gun violence and the roots Read More…

DDN News Cast-Milestone 4 MML

For our global healthcure class, we created a news cast covering the United Nations and how they do to prevent diseases. We did this so we can show  people how much we need to prevent and help others with diseases. Our news anchor HD, was talking about what diseases we need to combat. I was Read More…

What Would Our Community Look Like in the Future?

In our drama class, we chose a community to work on and had to create a type of peom and collage to describe it. For example, my community was the city, and I choose it because I live in the city and  I was wondering why there was so much construction going on in one certain period of Read More…

Health Care News Report-MML

For my global health cure class, I interviewed Alica who is a nurse at children’s memorial hospital and I wanted to find out what her opinion was on our health care system. I also interviewed Ben Ryugo from Linden LLC. They’re information can help me find out how our health care system works and what needs to be better. There opinions Read More…

MML’s Rebuilding Project

The purpose of this project was to rebuild a building on Ground Zero to try to make peace in the area were there has been so much tragedy. My project was inspired by the Chicago Spire that was supposed to be built across the street of Navy Pier in 2015, but they canceled the project because of Read More…

Cost of War For Iraq in Chicago

This is the amount of money that just Chicago spends since 2001. This is ridiculous how we spend upwards of millions of dollars a day just for Chicago, look through this site for yourself and see your city or how much taxpayers are spending every year.