From Gangs and Dealing to Resilience and Redemption
- Social Justice Workshop Series at the UCSB MultiCultural Center -

FROM GANGS AND DEALING TO RESILIENCE AND REDEMPTION
Friday, November 4, 2016
12 - 2 pm
MCC Lounge at UCSB
~ Free workshop & open to all ~

Workshop participants will learn about the resiliency and reintegration of formerly gang-involved or incarcerated men, as they heal and move away from high-risk to high-potential behavior. Highlighting the importance of community engagement and inclusivity, this interactive workshop will examine lessons learned from Homeboy Industries impact in Los Angeles and around the world. Facilitated by Hector Verdugo.

Hector Verdugo is the Associate Executive Director of Homeboy Industries. Hector’s work at Homeboy is personal in nature as he was born and raised in the Ramona Gardens Housing Project in East Los Angeles. His goal is “to build kinship with the most marginalized members of our community”.

**Registration is required to attend. SPACE IS LIMITED - please ONLY register if you are able to make this commitment.**

Questions? Please email Carol.Dinh@sa.ucsb.edu.

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