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In every racial ethic and cultural there are element of that community that makes its members very proud shame embarrassment and fear Crime is one such cultural element that continues to plague many communities The reasons that crime happens are due to gangs activities This paper will mainly focus on Asian and Hispanic gangs Hispanic and Asian gangs are very similar in the place they commute types of crimes they generally commits in their communities and their reasons for joining a gang This paper will also focus on the way criminal justice system view of gangs and their involvement in reducing gangs Like many immigrant groups before them many Asians struggle to adapt to a new country and new challenges of making a living Like the Italian Irish and Jewish who came to the US earlier this century it is very common for many Asian immigrants to feel overwhelmed lost frustrated depressed and angry as they try to adjust to living in a new country Many times they dont have enough job skills or English fluency to find steady and meaningful work They often feel this way because maybe they were respected in their native country but when they come to the United States they feel worthless and depressed They are often looked down on due to their job not by their character and experience The American community may not want them in their community because Asian and Hispanic and other minority groups are stealing their jobs from them They may not feel welcome and wanted by their neighbors For that they feel frustrated and angry The children may also have the same feeling from their parents Even though they are not old enough to change the way people view of them their options is to join a gang and demand respect from the community Joining a gang is their way to demand respect and they feel of belonging Many try to achieve the American
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