October 27, 2016
*This article was originally published on the USC Shoah Foundation blog and has been reposted here with permission. Read the original article here. USC Shoah Foundation… More ›
South Side Weekly, 4-2-19
Speaking on his experience at After School Matters, Howard said, “I signed up for After School Matters and saw it as a way to make money,” referring to the stipends students receive in the program. He eventually realized that the program was more than just a stipend, and it became more about the effect the work was having on him, “It dumped me into this thing that made me feel something for the first time, that made me feel a certain way about myself that was more positive and so as I gained the technical ability, I could execute that idea.” Read the full article here.