Crews: Gang Members Talk to Maria Hinojosa

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Harcourt Brace, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 168 pages
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National Public Radio reporter Maria Hinojosa s work with crew (gang) members of New York City inspired this in-depth collection of interviews. Her direct, nonjudgmental questions evoke poignant, surprising, and sometimes shocking responses from young people torn between violence and struggle for survival in America s cities. The contemporary topic, universal themes, accessible writing, and compelling language will fill a void on many libraries shelves. These powerful statements may serve as a wake-up call to young adults and all who work with them today. --"School Library Journal"
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User Review  - BMVCOE - LibraryThing

A book describing Hinojosa's interviews with gang members in New York City. Kids like this often get labelled and shoved into a group, but their individual voices sing loud and clear in this book. It ... Read full review

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REQUIRED CATEGORY: NON-FICTION This book is written in interview format and is a fascinating read. It tells the stories of 5 or 6 different teens that are part of "crews." These crew members opened up ... Read full review

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Hinojosa is an urban affairs correspondent for CNN.

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