So I am taking a photojournalism course this semester at school. Our latest assignment was to document something, it could have been anything. I chose the South Side of Milwaukee which is the latino side of the city. I feel fairly confident with these images, just thought I would throw them out here and see if you guys have any comments to improve them before I turn the assignment in. Thanks. 1 St. Josaphat's Basilica. One of the largest copper domes in the world and a prominent landmark of the south side. It was the third basilica in the United States and now contains an elementary and middle school made up of mostly latino youth. 2 Mural on Cesar Chavez Dr. Murals play a large part in hispanic art, this mural depicts the mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, an Aztec calendar, and a book page with a portrait of Cesar Chavez overlooking a farmer in their field. 3 An abandoned restaurant building is not a unfamiliar site in the southside. Looking at the awning one can see that this building has housed more than one taqueria. 4 5 A sad reality of many poorer neighborhoods is the local liquor store on every corner and Milwaukee's South Side is no exception. 6 In effort to improve the south side the city has broken up areas into specific neighborhoods to try and improve a sense of community. Lincoln Village runs from 5th to 20th street on Lincoln Ave. It includes many restaurants and shops as well as St. Josaphat's Basilica. 7 Western Mexican wear is very popular in the south side of Milwaukee because of its high level of Mexican immigrants.