What Even Is...?

What Even is it Like to be a Gang Member? with Lawrence Goshon and Jose Palacios-Casillas

February 10, 2021 Donna Truong Season 1 Episode 6
What Even Is...?
What Even is it Like to be a Gang Member? with Lawrence Goshon and Jose Palacios-Casillas
Show Notes

Join host Donna Truong as she has an insightful conversation with ex-gang member and now a Gang Rescue and Support Program (GRASP) Outreach Worker Lawrence Goshon and GRASP case manager Jose Palacios-Casillas on what it is like to be a gang member and what they go through.

Established in 1991 in Denver, Colorado, GRASP works with at-risk youths, youths that are currently in gangs, serves as a youth advocate for these individuals, and supports and helps families of gang victims. The highly respected organization is primarily run by ex-gang members who have turned their lives around and strive to help kids better their futures through one-on-one mentoring.

Find GRASP on:
Their website https://graspyouth.org/
Instagram GRASP_Enterprises
Facebook GRASP

Find the other organizations that Jose is involved in:
Words to Power Facebook page
La Raza Youth Leadership Institute Facebook page

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