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You're the one who has to live, and die with it.
Recognizing gang colours--as well activity--is important in my line of work;however, I do not even broach the subject without remaining nuetral. It is not my job--much less wise--to take sides or condemn gangs. For some, gangs represent the only family that they've ever known. Presenting alternatives through the power of a variety of educational-tools is the seed that we all plant. The growing that takes place later is out of our hands, yet remains in our hearts and soul--as we painfully let go.
(Gang colors are the types or color of clothing, or insignia that are worn by gang members to identify each other. Tattooes may also come under the category of gang colors.
Street gangs wear many colors, for example the Sureños wear blue and grey, and their rivals the Norteños wear red and black. Bloods wear red. Their rivals the Crips wear blue, the Bloods' allies the Latin Kings wear gold and black. Latin King rivals Folks Nation also wears blue and black, and are allied with the Crips. Other gangs such as La Primera wear white as their main color. Their rivals the Cholos wear all black.)
Also by JamesHarmon McQuilkin
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