Black student stereotypes, original poetry, reflections from Arabic speaking students - Ep.1

October 04, 2017 00:11:44
Black student stereotypes, original poetry, reflections from Arabic speaking students - Ep.1
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Black student stereotypes, original poetry, reflections from Arabic speaking students - Ep.1

Oct 04 2017 | 00:11:44

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Show Notes

Sienna Rodriguez of PA Distance Cyber Charter School and Demarre Evans of Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh on black student stereotypes.

Sam, a student at CAPA, a City of Pittsburgh public school for the creative and performing arts, with an original poem "Pity of the metal draped in flowers".

A group of Brashear High School students, who recently relocated to the US from Yemen, Syria, Iraq and other Arabic-speaking countries, with thoughts on their move to a new community.

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