Separating Gangs In Prisons

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do not think that prisoners necessarily separate themselves by race rather by gang affiliation. The majority of gangs in prison are based on race therefore the separation resemble a racial one. I agree with you that people tend to band with others who are like them. For example, if prisoner was part of the Crip gang prior to coming to prison, when that prisoner arrive in prison he or she will more than likely associate with other prisoners of the same gang. Separating prisoners by gang affiliation is a better option than separating them by race. If prisons were to separate inmates based on race alone would be chaotic. For example, there are a multitude of Mexican gangs in prison and they all are rivals against one another. If one of those

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