Twice a week, students in the zine club at Chicago’s North-Grand High School meet in Katy Jung’s algebra classroom after school to draw and write whatever they want. It’s a place where the teacher doesn’t tell them what to do.
“We have kids who come in and say, ‘What do you guys do here?’” Jung said. “We say, ‘What are you interested in?’”
Jung’s next question to students: Why not make a book about it?