San Fernando Valley Sun: POPS the Club Gives Kids with Incarcerated Family Members a Space And a Voice

2021-02-08T17:36:23+00:00

Teacher and sponsor James DeLarme interacts with a group of POPS the Club students at El Camino Real Charter High School. Read the San Fernando Valley Sun article here.

San Fernando Valley Sun: POPS the Club Gives Kids with Incarcerated Family Members a Space And a Voice2021-02-08T17:36:23+00:00

Locked Away: The Toll of Mass Incarceration on Students

2019-04-10T18:56:24+00:00

By the time she reached high school, Bianca Lopez had been labeled a “bad student” for talking loudly and talking back in class. Now an adult reflecting on her years of schooling in Los Angeles, Lopez, 21, said her misbehavior masked the pain and grief she felt after her older brother was sent to

Locked Away: The Toll of Mass Incarceration on Students2019-04-10T18:56:24+00:00

A Lit Club at Venice High School Is Transforming Students Harmed by Mass Incarceration

2019-02-03T07:18:25+00:00

A Lit Club at Venice High School Is Transforming Students Harmed by Mass Incarceration FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2016 AT 7:21 A.M. BY CHRISTINA MCDOWELL Venice High School students with POPS's first published anthology Bianca Lopez, a now-former student at Venice High School, had never spoken about her brother before. “I was scared I would

A Lit Club at Venice High School Is Transforming Students Harmed by Mass Incarceration2019-02-03T07:18:25+00:00
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