El Padre y Los Homies is a radio documentary about Father Greg Boyle and the agency he founded to work with gang-involved youth, Homeboy Industries. The agency provides jobs, training and job placement to former gang members, many of whom are former enemies, now working side-by-side. Listeners take a trip with a graffiti removal crew, visit Homeboy Silkscreen, and hear from homies having tattoos removed, courtesy of Homeboy Industries. Sadly, the program also includes a memorial service for a young man who was killed while this documentary was being made.
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A five part series of speakers from the opening events of the Against the Odds exhibition held at the National Library of Medicine April 16, 2008. The speakers and panelists addressed an audience of high school students on a variety of subjects related to careers is global health.