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What We Do
Impact The World
If you would like to donate by check, please make payable to POPS the Club and mail to: P.O. Box 10461, Marina Del Rey, California 90295.
Is to establish and sustain high school clubs for students who have been impacted in any way by the pain of the prison system.
Our clubs nourish, empower, and inspire through creative expression, emotional support, and development of community. We foster healing and empowerment among the students we serve, providing them with the tools and confidence to educate the broader community.
No one shall struggle alone or bear the shame, stigma and sorrow too often connected to those who endure the pain of the prison system.
Dennis Danziger & Amy Friedman
POPS the Club Founders
Our POPS anthologies reflect the world in which the young people whose loved ones are incarcerated live, work and study.
Their words and artwork vividly illustrate what it is to grow up without a parent, a sibling, a favorite uncle or best friend. The young people of POPS the Club contribute to the vibrancy of their schools and communities through their eloquence, and our books will deepen your understanding.
Please help to support our work and broaden your understanding by purchasing copies.
News & Events
We organize a variety of events to help people learn about and get involved with POPS the Club.
From talks to charity drives to community service, this is where you can find out what’s going on, and sign up!
James De Larme, the POPS the Club teacher sponsor at El Camino Real Charter High, first learned about POPS from his wife, Karie DeLarme, who works with at-risk and homeless youth through LAUSD’s Homeless Education Department . Since the fall of 2016, James has led...read more
I feel the ocean breeze Kicking back and smoking bomb tree Thinking of this world as a killing disease Like the air for the Japanese I know I got no school degree Not middle or even elementary But f__ it, I’m doing just fine eating seeds My mom saying don’t leave mi...read more
Regardless of the circumstances, what happened last year changed my life for the better. Walking towards the car where my mother was waiting after school on April 25, 2015, the sun felt warm on my shoulders. The sun was shining brightly at 3 o’clock. We drove off,...read more
Get In Touch!
- P.O. Box 10461, Marina Del Rey, California 90295.
Interested in bringing POPS to your community? Want to talk to us and share your story?
We would love to hear from you.