In The News

Our Partner Publications

Many of our POPS students are published in other magazines and journals. Read their stories here:

The Good Men Project

Narratively Magazine


Click here for a Story about our Executive Director and POPS the Club in the 2016 Annual Report from Executive Services Corps of California.


Jessica, Elsa, Kei-Arri, Tyanni, Glorious, GabbyAT POPS the CLUB we strive to support, nourish and nurture young people affected by the sorrow, trauma, shame and stigma that too often follow in the wake of the incarceration of a loved one. We help them to share Our Stories.  These are young people with important tales to tell, important stories for all of us to hear. We are pleased that our nation is beginning to take note of the true costs of mass incarceration, costs felt deeply in the community outside as well as on those living behind bars. On this page we share with you some of the news. Please join in the conversation with our community by reading our students’ stories, fostering a keener understanding of how mass incarceration affects us all. We welcome your comments and hope you will follow @popstheclub on social media. Please also consider purchasing our POPS the Club anthologies for your schools, your community libraries, and yourselves.

We also share some articles and stories we think are of utmost importance.

Google’s Digital Love Letters to Our Fathers

LA Weekly, A Lit Club at Venice High is Transforming Lives
California Educator Magazine
POPS the Club, The Fresno Alliance
NPR, Madeleine Brand’s Press Play

 

Other News on the Families of the Incarcerated
The Prison Policy Initiative
A Shared Sentence
The Washington Post