tv [untitled] January 18, 2013 12:30am-1:00am EST
when you hear america san there's going to be a walk on crying to a black person i mean that's a walk on black. and they say a world gangs i say that's a wall beat and i say won't drive that's a that's a wall meet. every word i got is a war against me and my people we need to come in here and solve this problem not attack this problem dozens of people are really angry i have nothing to lose if you attack me sir i'm being attacked every day anyway i'm being a shot at every day anyway so you should net me you put me in jail don't mean nothing to me. that's where the gang problem so-called is it's been redefined as a crime problem and a gang problem but it's really an issue of no work and dysfunctional schools and so on we know that what we've been doing to deal with gang violence isn't working but
we just keep doing the same thing over and over again and then we say well the fact that it isn't working doesn't mean that we're acting out of ignorance or maybe we need to learn something we say it just proves that these kids are unredeemable. it's a belief that our society did not contribute to the formation of this problem that's the story of the scapegoat. the gang member is the scapegoat. nothing's our fault it's their fault. when create them. they're inevitably incorrigible. discontinued happens fear of denial virtually guarantees that history would repeat . the full twenty ninth one thousand nine hundred twenty seven used and five miles away from the flashpoint for the one nine hundred sixty five watch rebel. again
broke. please violent hosley outbreak of civil unrest in u.s. history led. to. the explosion of angry protest was touched off by the outcome of the controversial rodney king l.a.p.d. police brutality trial. the message to the community is that the system does not deliver justice it does not work for us so we have to find justice in the street. that i. don't live claims like the sixty five or balinese which was primarily contained to watts plays the i need to earn their way to the very doorstep bordering affluent.
place. marcus garvey used to say that when all else fails to organize the people conditions will. for ninety nine two reasons all clustered together and it happened again. i played. in the aftermath the nineties uprising a high profile private sector initiative was formed to create rebuild. the six billion dollars investment program to find its goals as a long term systemic change the promise to create seventy four thousand new. jobs
within the rights for the next five years. at the same time a tentative troops between several. optimism for south teles war weary. just one year later but many neighborhoods still in room. to build quite close to still. the young generation of kids heard about this promise they momentarily got their hopes up they committed to this peace treaty and instead they learned that it was just another four time promise of the man. police. if fail. we should have known what the future would be in other cities from here to baghdad. police. gang warfare would resume for the next fifteen years continue unchecked with almost no effective outside intervention
legally deleted that would if a legal aid of a good. enough that i'm to say it. isn't a world at all like you really want to disavow we want you to go away you want to pretend like you don't exist to. become a teacher. she was something out of the south central los angeles nothing happens it's just another nigga big day the day. was this is my grandson his name was mark an alias is seventeen years old there promising young boy and in one thousand nine hundred six he came here to los angeles to visit me. from yuba city california. to visit me he was here three weeks and he was shot will kill tens there eddie in the morning walking across the street headed for the door i see high school. he didn't have gang. he
didn't even know too much about the game as a matter of fact he said to him when i warned him about where to go and where not to go he said grandma. this is america and. this is. where we're supposed to be free this is where we're supposed to be able to walk down any street we need to use. and the next day he died doing what he thought. was his right. death which is a way a lot of man. and often men are and. can
why. why. it's ok to cry and have to cry. i had to cry in order to to to keep gone. have to cry because if i don't cry and i keep bought an ngo up to me. i may do some help people say oh you can get over it hell no we can't we just get through it just get through it one never get over it if you don't take my dog eat it and walk out on my house you know you didn't you know repossessed my car my son was murdered he just didn't die he was murdered.
so when i finally went back to school i was always crying and it's amazing how the kids look around and they're like oh you know that a ground out teary eyed even some of the boy and then i would ask him how many of you guys know somebody i'll go up father of three and a schoolmate who was murdered. and when he first asked that question again three quarters of a class raised their hand i just broke down in tears. were .
the recent comparison of twin psychological studies by the lancet and rand corporation indicates the children in south los angeles far exhibiting greater levels of post-traumatic stress disorder in children of a similar age in baghdad the war torn camp fire back. and if they don't get resources but it's youngsters that's going to happen you've got another group of eight week children another group of killers.
biases against us. and it will come together it. is going to be over for us so if the resources were here you're saying these kids wouldn't choose to. no choose ecus no hope you know you are you in no man's land it's no hope people taking choices or going to college and i guess my making a choice here you making a choice has no choice he's like you wait for somebody to come save humanity just nato navigate say. i did to gangbang in the star but not the sets to getting shot to drive bys to get shot in drive bys to going to jail to allah right but had i had a chance or someone else tell me for you play on the day i was get this i've been gay man i haven't been to the county jails several penitentiaries and back and forth to war as far as confines and stuff so this perception that gangbanging is wonderful that is the life sadly it is no life static live period your we war but
gangbang is to be crippled blame for life your greatest we war. is the life plus forty years yet ultimate reward again banging is death and you don't come back from that. if you. believe. you know. the. major streets of south l.a. have given rise to a new sort of cat determined to fight not simply for turf or colors but for the lives of the next generation. i work with about four or five hundred high risk you every month the first thing i do apologize to him because i have to let bill know
my generation is build you miserable see i'll fifty one years old i've been two decades of this structure so we let them know that hey we have those roles just like you do or rock these peacemakers and many of them former gang members have stepped out from behind the gods and are now standing between the literally risking their lives in the formation of street level gang intervention morgan is each. privately funded receiving almost no support from other state or federal governments these grassroots movements are taking the first crucial steps towards stopping the cycle again but. people who care want to see a better theory worth you've got a country that we got to start going to get it have a sit down so that we don't keep breeding generations and generations who only think that that's the way to go eat eat eat an alternative to that last awesome put in place that they want to see change and they've got the will invest in that autonomous to. it. can't be my
son told me one day was dead. he said and i get your money as i get my money son the second thirty people come up to give their wife doesn't it give you money i say is that right so he took off an order from this guy and i said need i say they're thinking i want to pay my sound really are you watching. i don't know what i do so if i'm still getting the walls grabbing whatever it is has been the same thing. right then i made a choice in my life when i was going to stick by them stick by us is mean and mean my label them against them meaning my kids so i chose to get them turned around a little bit. and i'm a coach role model proud parent. you know little. i'm the one prevented my own self from going to different areas i prevented it because
of my mentality and because of what i d. how i dress partiers myself if i want to area and i'm dressed in all red i'm looking for problems and i would be looking for problems i'd be looking for the guys in blue i'd be looking for the guys a look at me only look at made i'm ready to deal with this problem i'm ready so my anger i'm ready so my ignorance that i can get just as stupid as you. will want to stop that mentality when i started dressing differently started thinking differently i've increased my freedom to where i would go anywhere and when i get there and see certain individuals they will say i would ask it from over there. and we get a oh you don't and we can talk now and it's not a problem i go to everybody's neighborhood there's not a problem how do you. not. truly enjoy a. horse
move forward. from. home. are a good mark for saying we have the resources for the richest country on earth it is absolutely outrageous it is inexcusable that we have failed to meet the most elementary tests of what it make it's to be fellow citizens and build a community. on. changing gradient is to appear about people who love. their stricken bridge across the board . and understand that they are human and that gang members
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