Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos Inc.

Santa Cruz, California, United States

Enable youth of color to decrease violent behavior and individually heal in culturally grounded ways by implementing a prevention, intervention, and training program

April 1, 2010 - March 31, 2012

Focus Area

Equitable Communities

Geographic Focus

California

Amount

$120,000

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Teaching cultural history and transforming lives

At 15, Juan Gomez committed serious crimes against a peer in a rival gang and was sent to prison for seven years. It was during that time he began to learn about his past and reflect on his anger.

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America Healing - Juan Gomez
 

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