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Watch the documentaries AMERICAN GANGS: How It All Began., Part 1& 2 and author a brief one page or greater paper critically analyzing how the youth/adult gangs have changed throughout the years.
Please provide an overview of the outlined time periods listed below:
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Describe in two paragraphs the different toxic effects of gangs on the community and the school.
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The youth and adult gangs in the United States (US) have changed throughout the years. The gangs have transformed from simple crimes to homicides, robberies with violence, and gun violence.The emergence of gangs in the US was influenced by migration patterns and poverty (Howell & Moore, 2010). The need for economic development has attributed to the changes in youth and adult gangs in the US.
In between the 1920s-1940s several gangs had grown, majorly composed of immigrants. In the early 1930s, most of the immigrant-dominant street gangs had declined (The Intercity, 2015a). In between the 1940s-1950s the Vice Lords ruled the streets of Chicago. Racial tension was witnessed in Chicago when the Vice Lords, the police, and other gangs engaged in violence. The period is characterized by Black-on-Black violence originating from powerlessness during a period of racist oppression. In 1957, street gangs came together to fight the system instead of killing each other (The Intercity, 2015b). In the 1960s, the street bangers in Chicago collaborated to clean the street and reduce crime and violence. In 1967, the Vice Loads changed its name to the Vice Lords Incorporated. The Conservative Vice Lords created a strongly independent and socially conscious community for both the South and West sides to resist against the Chicago Police Department. The collaboration resulted in the formation of civil institutions, community currency exchanges, and clothing stores for African Americans (The Intercity, 2015b).
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