Crips And Bloods Essay

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The array of neighborhoods in the center southern California holds nest to the notorious Crips and the Bloods. The documentary Crips and Bloods: Made in America starts with the generation before the blue and red covered the streets. Thorsten Sellin’s pioneering on conflict theory best describes the development of the gangs. There were two waves of cultural conflict that led up to the Bloods and Crips. The primary culture conflict derived in the 1950s, segregation defined norms that strictly separated blacks and whites. Whites created laws that extending over Blacks that created territories. Distinct boundaries were put in place that limited any migration out of these selected territories, and even activities are directed by laws. Blacks were

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