Greasers are a working-class youth subculture that was popularized in the late
1940s and 1950s by middle and lower class teenagers in the United States. Rock
and roll music, and rockabilly, were maj...
The 1960s saw the birth of prominent gangs that included the Aryan Brotherhood,
the Black Panthers and the Crips. Although each gang was unique, all three were
considered to be dangerous and violent... ... You May Also Like. Q: ...
Gangs often like tp have a job man assigned to them because it shows how
tough they are. ... Throughout the 1950s until the early 1980s, Chicago's youth
were divided .... A Greaser from the 1960s/70s had this to say about "Stone
Miller's study showed that gang violence was very prevalent in the 1960's and ...
In Rochester, two-thirds of chronic violent offenders were gang members for a ....
reaching epidemic proportions in certain cities like Chicago and Los Angeles.
May 4, 2010 ... The first active gangs in Western civilization were reported by Pike (1873, pp. ....
like groups began to emerge immediately after the. American Revolution ...
activity developed in the 1950s and 1960s when Latino and black ...
Black and Latino gangs in Los Angeles originally come as a response to white
racism, but quickly spun out of control. White Gangs ... The first Black and Latino
gangs were in response to these white gangs. The gangs ... The 1960s. After the
These greaser gangs existed before gangs were dependent on violence and
drugs. ... When the teens in the 1950's and 1960's adopted the name “Greaser,”
they did ... Like men, they joined motorcycle gangs and wore jackets displaying
The gangs that emerged in the 1960s and 1970s in Los Angeles and Chicago ....
Flags, uniforms, and the like were made in the color chosen to represent the ...
They are better armed now. In my Philadelphia, PA neighborhood in the 1950's
and early 1960's, they were mostly armed with switchblade knives and single ...
Mar 5, 2001 ... I mean, we all know what gangs are like these days, but some people ... Gangs
were a collection of bearded guys and dirty children who sat around a barrel
which had been lit on fire a few years before. ... 1940's - 1960's.