Roger Lowenstein is a lawyer (Harvard ’68) and former professor of constitutional law. He is the founder and Executive Director of a social justice-themed charter school in Lincoln Heights. The school, Los Angeles Leadership Academy, K-12, serves 650 predominantly Latino families and is designed to produce critical thinkers who perceive themselves as agents of social change. 100% of the students graduate and go to college. He is a TV writer/producer (LA LAW, Diagnosis Murder, Once and Again, Silk Stalkings, etc.), oral storyteller, and Hollywood LIT Retreater of 1994.
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