The Peacemaker: LA Gang WarsHDClosed Captioning
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South Central Los Angeles. For many, the words evoke images of fear and violence. For Malik Spellman, the words suggest hope. A violence prevention counselor by day, Spellman tours the streets of his hometown at night, on a mission to bring peace to the troubled neighborhoods he's lived in for 30 years. For the last two decades he's dedicated his life to ending gang violence, putting it all on the line to mediate truces between rival gangs in Los Angeles – adversaries sometimes separated by less than one city block. Whether he’s in his classroom teaching life skills to middle school students, or riding through South Central on his bicycle, Spellman stays true to his purpose: keeping kids safe, out of trouble, and free from violence. In each episode of The Peacemaker: L.A. Gang Wars, executive produced by rapper and actor Ice-T, A&E provides an unprecedented look at gang life, following Spellman as he coordinates and oversees tense moments of mediation between enemies with long histories of hate and violence.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGunned Down||On the streets of Los Angeles, in Malik's own neighborhood, a young lady was gunned down while five||21:07||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDisrespect||On the streets of L.A., Showboat, a young gangster nicknamed the Young King, runs his Mad Ass||21:08||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBlood Brothers||In Inglewood, the Inglewood Family and Queens Street Bloods have one thing in common--brothers from||20:55||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBullets, Guns and Violence||The 4 Trey Crips and 40 Avalon Crips have been enemies for over 40 years, which is especially||20:54||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGunplay||The PJ Watts CRIPS run the infamous Imperial Courts housing project, which is the largest housing||20:56||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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The Peacemaker is the most important show on television. Malik Spellman travels the meanest streets in America struggling to stop the genocide that rages in forgotten corners of America. The media often creates gangstas by beaming glorified images of murderers and poisoners all over the planet. However, here Instead of fueling the fires of genocide and bloodshed, Malik Spellman is an urban diplomat arguing for an end to the madness. He has fantastic resolve and a back bone of steel. What would happen if black leaders took a moratorium on speeches and followed his lead? Forget the Jersey Shore, this is the show! Each episode saves someone's life, somewhere.