Youth

Special Needs Network’s Camp JPAC Opens for Summer 

  The opening day featured a fun and engaging schedule of activities including a pep rally, performances, giveaways, and a parent orientation session.  “We call it inclusion camp because it’s for kids with special needs so, you’re going to see kids here, who are on the autism spectrum,” said Areva Martin, Esq., founder, president and CEO of Special Needs Network, Inc.    “You may see kids with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, what we call sometimes, invisible disabilities, but you’re also going to see a lot of their typical peers, so it’s a great environment for learning.”  Martin and the Special

Connecting Compton is Bringing Community Unity

When you hear the city of Compton, many things can come to mind depending on who you are and where you reside. Would you ever associate learning how to ride horseback, the ranching lifestyle or how to rope a steer with Compton? Well, Connecting Compton is doing just that with any and all who are interested to learn.

Connecting Compton is Bringing Community Unity 

When you hear the city of Compton, many things can come to mind depending on who you are and where you reside. Would you ever associate learning how to ride horseback, the ranching lifestyle or how to rope a steer with Compton? Well, Connecting Compton is doing just that with any and all who are interested to learn. 

Meet The Artist Dom of Human and Divine  

Self-taught artist Dom is sharing their gifts with the Crenshaw District. Through youth workshops, custom designs, and abstract art pieces, Human and Divine is a unique brand that celebrates the trials and tribulations of life.

White Hall Arts Academy Named Finalist Again in Lewis Prize for Music Awards

White Hall Arts Academy have just been named as a finalist for the fifth annual Accelerator Awards from the Lewis Prize for Music. WHAA provides free and subsidized conservatory level transformative arts education programs to the South L.A., Inglewood, Watts, and Compton communities and online.

New Grant Awards to Reach Over 30,000 Youth Annually 

The LA84 Foundation has awarded more than $1.3 million in grants to advance foundation priorities including increasing access to sports, play and movement across Southern California to support childhood well-being and lifelong success.