Gang Prevention By: Rigo Rojas

Gangs start recruiting teenagers when they are in middle school
Gang prevention programs would reduce violence and crime rates in the neighborhood
Gang prevention activities such as music, art, and athletics would help keep the youth away from gangs for longer periods of time
Common activities would bring Caucasian, Hispanic, and African American students together
The mentors and leaders at the programs will inspire the teenagers to do something positive rather than hang out in the streets

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Created with images by WerbeFabrik - "hand stop containing" • lyman erskine - "INF Gang" • KlausHausmann - "hands handcuffs tied up" • photosteve101 - "music notes with violin key" • MMT - "graffiti wall mural" • ThomasWolter - "relay race competition stadium" • falco - "hand children child" • nathanrussell - "Violin teacher 1"

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