Always Running : La Vida Loca: Gang Days in L.A. - befypogoveja.tk
He bounced in and out of jail, fighting police who ""in the barrio I rushed up to my opponents and mowed them down. He became a student journalist, president of the Chicano Club, a spokesman for the Mexican-American student community. He began to write, won a literary contest, attended Cal State, and turned his life around. Looking ahead, Rodriguez sees a ""more severe and uncertain path"" for his son and other Latinos. Here, his ever-present political analysis, in which authorities exercise ""a genocidal level of destruction"" against ""expendable"" youth, may be too fueled by bitterness to persuade entirely, but his fiery portrait of youth caught in a dead-end system lingers in memory.
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Always Running (La Vida Loca: Gang Days in L.A.)
Bulk Bookstore Gives Back. Click to enlarge. This is a brutal depiction of life in the barrios of Los Angeles. Luis Rodriguez managed to pull himself up out of the mess of poverty and get away from gangs and drugs into which he was so deep that Luis J. The award-winning and bestselling classic memoir about a young Chicano gang member surviving the dangerous streets of East Los Angeles, now featuring a new cover.