Welcome To South Phoenix
A course from Arizona State University West Campus
By Luisa Martinez (2002)
Freeze Frame is a moment when you stop and observe your surroundings. At the time of the Freeze Frame, I was walking around South Plaza. At that moment, I was facing a homeless man who was pushing a grocery cart.
Habitat for Humanity, Valley of the Sun founded in 1987, builds affordable housing and community partnership to promote spiritual values and individual responsibility.
***To learn more about Habitat for Humanity click here***
The Phoenix Rio Salado Project is a major project long in planning and already underway, to restore the Salt River to it's natural state. To learn more about the Phoenix Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Project click on www.phoenix.gov/riosaldo
Cruising on Central enables viewers to get a closer look of one of South Phoenix busiest street and create a better understanding about the businesses, community and people who live in South Phoenix . Click on the above for photos taken on Central Avenue between Roesar and Broadway.
CALLING ALL GROUPS
VALLEY VIEW GROUP PROJECT
Group Members: Luisa Martinez and Lillian Contreras
Project: Memory Maps with Ms. Robinson
6th Grade Class at Valley View Elementary School, on February 15, 2002
My LETTER to the residents of South Phoenix discusses what I have personally learned from taking this course.
If you would like to know more about me click here BIO PAGE
And to learn more about the course and instructor click on www.west.asu.edu/Koptiuch
AGAIN THANKS TO THE STAFF, DR.KOPTIUCH
FACULTY AND STUDENTS AT
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY WEST CAMPUS
WHO HAVE MADE IT POSSIBLE TO PUT
THIS COURSE AND WEBSITE TOGETHER.
GO SUN DEVILS!