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Driving by the Whittier Play Lot we saw just how CPS cares about minority public school children. Instead if paving over loose gravel CPS slapdash fencing around the play lot will kill a kid one day soon. There is no need to write anymore about this story just look at the pictures my wife, Emi, and I took today of the dangerous conditions children will be encountering when they come back to school, after the Labor holiday weekend.

Fencing is hanging over a childrens playlot set, see for yourself how criminal CPS is!

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This area is the main entrance for arrivals and dismissals

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Slideshow of Sept. 1, 2013 Whittier Play Lot Dangerous Conditions

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LINKS TO THE LA CASITA STORY

Save Our Center
http://www.saveourcenter.com/

Whittier La Casita Fieldhouse Renovation
http://chicago.architectureforhumanity.org/...

A Sit-In Success Story
http://www.yesmagazine.org/...

Chicago’s Fight Over “La Casita” Reveals Rifts in School Reform
http://colorlines.com/...

Whittier: What Fanned the Flames
http://www.chicagoreader.com/...

Person in charge of CPS school safety
Jadine Chou
Chicago Public Schools | Chief Safety and Security Officer
125 S. Clark | Chicago, IL 60603
p:  773.553.3030 | email: jpchou@cps.k12.il.us

Originally posted to Hyde Park Johnny on Mon Sep 02, 2013 at 07:02 PM PDT.

Also republished by Chicago Kossacks and Land of Lincoln Kos.

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