Greg Boyle

Executive Director, Homeboy Industries

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Jesuit priest who is Executive Director of Jobs for a Future/Homeboy Industries, an employment referral center for at-risk youth in Boyle Heights, a suburb of Los Angeles, California

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Father Gregory Boyle’s Homeboy Industries is an LA institution celebrated for 20 years for saving the lives of gang members.  Its slogan is, “Nothing Stops a Bullet Like a Job.”

Homeboy Industries Face Financial Turmoil

Father Gregory Boyle’s Homeboy Industries is an LA institution celebrated for 20 years for saving the lives of gang members. Its slogan is, “Nothing Stops a Bullet Like a Job.”

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This year is the 20th for  Homeboy Industries , founded by Father Gregory Boyle, the former pastor of the Dolores Mission parish.

The 20th Anniversary of Homeboy Industries

This year is the 20th for Homeboy Industries , founded by Father Gregory Boyle, the former pastor of the Dolores Mission parish.

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Homeboy Industries has won international acclaim as by offering jobs, counseling and schooling to rehabilitate gang members for the past 21 years.

Homeboy Industries Out of Cash

Homeboy Industries has won international acclaim as by offering jobs, counseling and schooling to rehabilitate gang members for the past 21 years.

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