Victory Outreach, ComptonFormer gang member; school chaplain and youth minister for Victory Outreach, Compton, a church-based outreach organization for gang members
FROM Eddie Arellano
Gang Violence and Demographic Change Earlier this week, we reported that a black family with no gang connections was driven out of its new home in Compton. Two members of a Latino gang have been arrested, and sheriff's deputies are looking for more suspects. The incident was especially shocking to some people, because Compton historically was a black city. Now it's 65 percent Latino.
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