"Always Runnning" by Luis Rodriguez.
An autobiography about gang days in LA. Rodriguez explains his horrible life as a gangmember in the latino slums of Los Angeles. The first chapter deals with his uprigning. His brother Hosé, later known as Joe, does not speak english and is thought by the teachers not to admid to anything.
Chapter 2 - Luis grows up always running from police or gangs. His best friend Tino dies after he and Luis are chased at night by the police for trespassing on the school to play basketball. He joins a club, the impersonations, to protect himself from gangs, but he later ends up joining a gang…
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