Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 5th, 2014, 3:19 pm

James Green Jr.. RIP my n*gga!! :salute:

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 18th, 2014, 1:04 am

Compton n*ggas Stand The f*ck Up!!

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by NO_WINz » June 18th, 2014, 12:43 pm

Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by NO_WINz » June 18th, 2014, 12:43 pm

Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by NO_WINz » June 18th, 2014, 12:44 pm

Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

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Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

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NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf
NO_WINz wrote:Street gangs in New York City

New York City has a 200 year history of street gangs going back to the early 1800s. During the 1830s & 1840s the street gangs and political leaders worked together in a variety of illegal racquets. Some of the street gangs including youth were were descendents of the colonialists, but many gangs were formed by Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. By the middle of the 20th Century, street gangs were composed by Hispanic and Black youth and by the late 1970s and early 1980s, street gang identity was waning.

The advent of Hip-Hop culture, drew youth away from gangs and channeled their time on the streets into a variety of different art forms such as graffiti, break dancing and rapping. The competitive nature of hip-hop caused it to flourish during the 1980s in New York, but by the early 1990s, a new generation of youth were forming street gangs again.

The following list reflects gang names that have appeared in the following burroughs of New York. It does not mean that these gangs are actually active, but at some time in the past, graffiti of these gang have appeared on the walls.
The Bronx

18th Street Crips
18 Outlaw Bloods (18 O)
59 Brims
62 Harvard Park Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Bloods (NTG)
111 Neighborhood Crips
183 Bloods
252 Sex Money & Murder
Ace Duece Tray Crips
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation (ALKQN)
Black P Stones
Black Spades [defunct]
Blood Stone Villians
Bounty Hunters
Cholos Del Bronx
Dominicans Dont Play
Elm Street Piru
G Stone 823
Gangsta Killa Bloods
Geer Gang Crips (773)
Ghost Town
Grape Street Crips, 81st Street
Harlem Mafia Crips
HMC Rollin 30s
Hoovers, 59
Hoovers, 74
Hoovers, 83
Hoovers, 92
Insane Gangster Crips (ICG)
Los Traviesos
Mad Swan Bloods
Miller Gangster Bloods
MOB Piru – Murder One Bloods
Neighborhood Rollin 20s Bloods
Original Harlem Crip Rollin 30s
Netas
Nomads
Mara Salvatrucha 13 (MS13)
Outlaw Gangster Crips
PayBacc Crips
Payback Gangsta Bloods
PlayBoy Gangster Crips
Rocc Gang Neighborhood Crip
Rollin 20s Crips
Rollin 40s Crips
Rollin 60s
Rollin 90s
Santana Blocc Crips
Savage Skulls
Shot Gun Crips
Suicide Murder Crip
Tree Top Piru
Valentine Bloods
Wild Card Gangster Crips

Brooklyn

18 Tray Outlaws (OET)
18th Street
43 Gangster Crips
83 Gangster Crips
9 Tray Bloods (NTG), Bedford Stuyvesant area)
Avalon Gangster Crips
Decepticons [defunct]
East Gangster Crips
G Shine
G Stone Crips
Gangster Killer Bloods (GKB)
Ghost Town
Little Boys Crew (LBC)
Red Fam Piru
South Brooklyn BoysOther
South Side Crips

Manhattan
18th Street
59 Brims
83 Gangster Crips
93 Gangsters (NTG)
116th Street [defunct]
183 Gangster (OET)
Almighty Latin King / Queen Nation
Black P Stones
Blood Stone Gangsters
Dominicans Dont Play
Galaxies [defunct]
Jheri Curls [defunct]
Flying Dragons
Ghost Shadows
Hop Sing Boys
Korean Power
Mad Dog Bloods
Purple Gang [defunct]
Red Fam Piru
Sex Money Murder
Trinitarios
United Blood Nation
Valentine
White Tigers
Wild Cowboys [defunct]
Young Talented Children [defunct]

Staten Island

59 Brims
93 Bloods
Albania Boys Inc (ABI)
Almighty Latin King / Quenn Nations
Gangster Killer Bloods
G-Shine
Nation of Gods & Earth (NGE)
Trey Pounds

- See more at: http://www.streetgangs.com/cities/new-y ... nWjzc.dpuf

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 18th, 2014, 1:19 pm

Compton n*ggas Stand the f*ck up!!

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 20th, 2014, 8:09 pm

To all my Compton n*ggas Stand the f*ck UP!!

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 25th, 2014, 2:00 am

To all my Compton n*ggas Stand the f*ck Up!! :salute:

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 25th, 2014, 2:00 am

To all my Compton n*ggas Stand the f*ck Up!! :salute:

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by bgcasper » June 27th, 2014, 10:09 pm

HUBCITY wrote:To all my Compton n*ggas Stand the f*ck Up!! :salute:
in yo a$$ bich why u want some cpt dicc so bad ?

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » June 29th, 2014, 3:21 am

CPT!!

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » August 21st, 2014, 10:03 pm

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by LeftCoast420 » August 21st, 2014, 11:49 pm

Get that new york sh*t out of here.......

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by HUBCITY » August 22nd, 2014, 10:30 am

LeftCoast420 wrote:Get that new york sh*t out of here.......


:facepalm:

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by COMPTONxFLATS » August 22nd, 2014, 3:45 pm

TAINTS AND SNOTS NIGGERS DONT MAKE NOISE NO MORE


SNOTSIDEKILLA TAINTKILLA

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by Thapope » August 22nd, 2014, 4:49 pm

LIL SPIDER wrote:TAINTS AND SNOTS NIGGERS DONT MAKE NOISE NO MORE


SNOTSIDEKILLA TAINTKILLA
This northeast solo boy crip gang! New sh*t my n*gga! Ima promote the sh*t out of it! NE Sbc gang! :ohhh:

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by Takin All Fades » August 28th, 2014, 1:24 pm

big kay wrote:
HUBCITY wrote:To all my Compton n*ggas Stand the f*ck Up!! :salute:
in yo a$$ bich why u want some cpt dicc so bad ?
...that dumb cracka not from compton bumpin da thread d*ck ridin the city 872949 times...and he hates LA ? wtf lmao fake a$$

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by RawDawg44 » August 28th, 2014, 3:02 pm

Why is it so many L.A gangs on that new york list. Smh. I know cats from some of those sets and they don't have homies in new york at all. Why are these other cities so obsessed with L.A gang culture?

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Re: Santana Blocc Crips vs South Side Compton Crips

Post by Gloss2 » April 29th, 2015, 4:16 pm

RawDawg44 wrote:Why is it so many L.A gangs on that new york list. Smh. I know cats from some of those sets and they don't have homies in new york at all. Why are these other cities so obsessed with L.A gang culture?
I wonder the same thing. I met some n*ggas from a grape street New York set and they were reppin hard as hell. What's crazy is that they've never been to Watts, Jordan downs or any part of Cali. I'm thinking what connection do you have with these folk that you've never met. Reppin hard with no ties to that block. I guess they feel kinship with or just admire LA gang culture.

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