Black Movements in the US - Fall 2008 : Testimonials
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The following are interviews taken from the streets of Los Angeles. The first gentleman we interviewed is a 28 years old father of four. He explains in the following set of interviews how and when he joined the notorious gang that is known by the name of 18th Street. He also unselfishly shares his personal experiences with us which gives us a better understanding of life as a gang member in Central Los Angeles. We have discussed with him as to how Homies Unidos can be helpful to him and we look forward to seeing him get proper help from the organization.
The following is an interview of an African American gang member whom we found by appointment. His real name is undisclosed. Instead, he has decided to refer to himself with a different name. His interview is a very good example of honest hearted gang members that Homies Unidos is eager to help. The gang member himself testifies how much help he needs in directing himself in the right path of a drug free and violence free life.
Interview with a Hispanic man from a local gang ( part 4).wav (audio/wav)
Interview with a Hispanic man from a local gang ( part 3).wav (audio/wav)
Interview with a Hispanic man from a local gang ( part 2).wav (audio/wav)
Interview with a Hispanic man from a local gang ( part 1).wav (audio/wav)
Interview with an African American Gang Member (real name is undisclosed).wav (audio/wav)
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