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Unaccompanied Children in Our Communities
November 8, 2014
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
808 W. 58th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90037
To create community programs that promote social change and education toward solidarity; providing knowledge that is significant and relevant to the community; promoting the integration of family and schools, where students and parents become the protagonists of change and whose actions are guided by their knowledge and skills.
To provide a safe space and the necessary support for children, youth and families to grow: intellectually, emotionally, physically, culturally, and creatively. Successfully creating awareness for the purpose of liberating themselves and others from oppression. Creating a community that is active in solving the problems that affect it.
The Raul G. Borbón parent center is a safe space for parents to engage in learning and leadership skills building for the purpose of creating equity in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Parents are encourage to participate in various workshops that aim to help in their development as leaders and advocates for their children’s education. More Information…
The Youth Center is designed to promote social change and through art and literature. Our program is open to students from 1st to 12th grade. Currently, we offer homework assistance in our after school program and youth leadership workshops in our youth program. More Information…