Alex Sanchez

former gang member

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Former gang member who now works with Homies Unidos, a nonprofit gang-violence prevention and intervention organization with projects in San Salvador, El Salvador and Los Angeles, California

Alex Sanchez on KCRW

Los Angeles street gangs have spread all over the US.  Now, they've become an international phenomenon, moving back and forth across borders--especially to Mexico and Central…

Street Gangs Go International

Los Angeles street gangs have spread all over the US.  Now, they've become an international phenomenon, moving back and forth across borders--especially to Mexico and Central…

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