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Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A Setting & Symbolism

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Where Luis lives with his family until he is two years old.

Where Luis moves with his family and where his baby sister is born.

The neighborhood where Luis lives as a child with his family.

Where Luis's father meets his mother.

Where Luis begins his education. He notes that the first teacher was obvious in that she didn't want him in her class and the second didn't know what to do with him.

Where Luis's father gets a job as a substitute teacher.

The gang Luis joins after The Tribe absorbs most of the smaller gangs in the neighborhood.

Where Luis begins high school and where he returns to be part of a Chicano student organization.

A group Luis helps begins at Keppel High School. It's an acronym for To Help Mexican American Students.

The name given to the Hall of Justice jail where Luis is held in a...

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