For children trapped in poverty, brea...

For children trapped in poverty, breaking free is getting harder

Judith Ayala, 10, and other classmates prepare for an experiment in the Do It Yourself Girls program at Telfair Elementary School in Pacoima. She once lived in tight spaces, shared homes, back houses, a garage.

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