Program focuses on suicide prevention
"Liked to Death: The Real Social Impact," written by P.U.M.P.S. founder and president Jennifer Primous, addresses such issues as cyber bullying and encourages open dialogue among youth and families.
Conference speakers encourage girls to follow dreams
She encouraged those in the audience to do something that is worth something.
Wish comes true for actress in 'For Colored Girls'
In November she got her chance when Val Acoba and Jennifer Primous directed the show at the Podesto Teen Center in recognition of Domestic Violence Awarness Month, and Cook gets another chance when the directors re-stage “For Colored Girls” on Sunday in honor of International Women’s Day.
Show resilience in the face of adversity
Jennifer Primous, the first guest speaker, kept the audience spellbound throughout her talk.
Performing to raise awareness
Primous, backed by the Stockton woman’s group she founded, P.U.M.P.S, which stands for Purpose-Uplifting-Mentoring-Positivity and Sisterhood, is staging “for colored girls,” Ntozake Shange’s theatrical piece about women who have suffered oppression in a racist and sexist society.
'Togetherness' celebrated at 39th Juneteenth event
"It's a day that everybody can come together - no matter what your race, no matter what your creed - to celebrate what Juneteenth stands for
Stockton woman self publishes first book
The book is design ed to help women who "who feel stuck" to break free of their circumstances.