Arturo Hernandez is a noted educator and author. His book "Peace in the Streets: Breaking the Cycle of Gang Violence" was commissioned by the Child Welfare League of America, and won praise for its original and practical advice. He is founder of two schools for gang youth, and a former juvenile detention, middle school and high school principal. In 2006, he was awarded national educator of the year by the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education.
Luis Rodriguez, author of "Always Running" offers the following recommendation: 
"Peace in the Streets is...a penetrating guide on what to do about youth and violence. A necessary read for anyone serious about peace in our communities."
Luis J Rodrigues 
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Don't say if, say how—there is always
how if you insist on finding it
Sugar Ray Robinson
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Gang Youth Within a Tribal Circle 
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Arturo J. Hernandez
Books by Arturo Hernandez-Sametier
Just released by Lunita Hispanic Press

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An orphan street mariachi, a beautiful dancer, and the visions of a magical glass eye