Gang Leader For a Day

What is the importance of the Boys & Girls Club of America in the nonfiction book, Gang Leader For a Day?


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One of the Robert Taylor buildings not under J.T.’s control had established a Boys & Girls Club that was run by a former gang member named Autry. Ms. Bailey insisted that Sudhir visit the club hoping that he could establish a club like that for the kids in her building. Sudhir began visiting the club on a regular basis. He would read to the children and then discuss the book afterwards. A similar club was never established in any of J.T.’s buildings.


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