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8 Ball Chicks Book Review

Summary: Reviews and discusses the book "8 Ball Chicks" by Gini Sikes, about girls in gangs.
The book "8 ball chicks," written by Gini Sikes, is a thrilling yet shocking book about girls in gangs. Gini explains in horrific detail the engagement of the girls in these gangs. Most of the girls wanted to just fit in with something. Acknowledging that all these girls were victims of their environment, Gini sought out to see what she could present to show other people that children of poverty need a good education if they are to succeed in life. Gini traveled to several different cities to experience the life of girl gangsters. She traveled to Los Angeles, San Antonio, and Milwaukee. Through these travels, she became immersed in the lifestyles of each gang. Gini met many girls whom she could not believe what had coerced them to live like they did. Most of these girls got into the gangs for power and belonging. They didn't...

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