• Adr Essay 2
    . Latin King headquarters is located on Beach and Spaulding in Northwest Chicago. Luis Felipe created the manifesto for the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation (ALKQN) based on teachings he had picked up from his time in Chicago, the "motherland." Felipe designated himself as Inca and Supreme Crown...
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  • 1920 American Gangsters
    , however, during these battles, the Latin Kings developed a reputation as the most violent street gang, and still remains with them today. The Almighty Latin King Nation (ALKN) started in the New York prison system at Riker's Island and they have grown from a prison gang, and into the most notorious...
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  • Genesis - the Evolution & Rise of the Gangsterdisciples
    , Black P. Stones (who by this point they were now called the "El Rukns") and the Almighty Latin King, Queen Nation were the leaders of the Peoples Nations. The F.O.L.K.S. Nation was split into 6 Families: 1. The Almighty Family 2. The Black Family 3. The Gangster Family 4. The...
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  • Alkqn: a Gang or a Nation
    the “Kings Manifesto/Constitution” (KM/C). This constitution includes the laws, rules, lessons, as well as the internal hierarchy that the “nation” runs and abides by. The term constitution suggests this is a society mirroring U.S. ideology, and has a similar founding moment—that of coming together...
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  • Unit 4 study guide
    3- Bad harvest- Not making profits 4- Entering wars (7 years war, American Revolution) Expensive Three Estates: 1st King and Queen, 2nd Nobles and Clergy, 3rd Other 98% of commoners that pay 100% taxes and own 60% of land Louis XVI and the Estates General: Believed that France could fix debt...
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  • Hispanic Gangs from La Ny and Chicago
    that matter. Members join typically to feel a sense of importance, protection, and unity, and The Kings deliver, since their numbers are in the thousands, and they have chapters around the entire country. There are books on the subject, such as “The Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation: street politics...
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  • In God We Trust
    , most native-struck coins differed from their British counterparts in one key respect: British currency was a tribute to the divine reign of the current monarch. One side of British coins usually depicted a royal coat of arms. The other side showed a bust of the king (or queen) with his name inscribed...
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  • Juvenile Problems
    the members are involve in, such as, Graffiti, clothes, color, tattoos, hand signs, signs and symbols, gang initiations, and gang initials. The Latin Kings, aka, the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation (ALKQN, ALKN, LKN) is one of, if not, the largest and most organized street and prison gang in...
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  • Mid-Term Study Guide
    class tensions, especially between the working class and the middle class. But it did do some good things, like open new jobs, and contributed to the wealth of the nation as a whole. It also improved city people’s lives with healthier diets, better housing, and cheaper mass-produced goods. It...
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  • Chapter23-25 review
    (Communist Manifesto) Proletariat …what is this? What book did he base his ideas on? Chapter 25. Latin America: Causes for unrest in Latin America: American Revolution French Revolution Latin America not OK with some of the ideals (ie: getting rid of the church, social leveling) Liked: “liberty...
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  • World History
    causes bread prices to rise in France? They had a bad king and queen who overspent money and unnecessary things. Bread prices rose because since the king and queen spent so much money they had to find other ways to get flour for their people. List some aspects of France in the 1780's that...
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  • Yoyo
    About Louis XVI Introduction Louis XVI (born Aug. 23, 1754, Versailles, France—died Jan. 21, 1793, Paris) was the last king of France (1774–92) in the line of Bourbon monarchs preceding the French Revolution of 1789. The monarchy was abolished on Sept. 21, 1792; later Louis and his queen consort...
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  • Gangs in Ny
    , assaulting and killing of a victim. 3. Vatos Locos-Mexican decent, approximately 100-plus members. Crimes associated with this gang include robbery, drug and fake id sales, and extortion. 4. Latin Kings (Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation)-approximately 1900 members, mostly Puerto Rican decent...
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  • Course Study Guide
    Fugue-“style of musical thought, from the Latin for ‘flight’, single theme passes from voice to voice or instrument to instrument (usually 4)”-Humanities PPT Chorale Preludes-“variations on chorales, familiar songs as basis for musical improvisation”-Humanities PPT Movements-“sections”-Humanities...
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  • Philip Ii
    .             Phillip II was born in Valladolid on May 1527; he was son of the emperor Charles V and Isabella of Portugal. Charles V had inherited the Hapsburg territory from his father Philip I who had founded the Spanish Hapsburgs. However, the monarchy of the Catholic king Ferdinand I and queen Isabella of Spain...
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  • Cults
    almighty Latin king and queen nation. It is a gang produced of Latin Americans. They can be identified by the colors black and gold. The gang was formed in the 1940s in Chicago. The gang became very widespread throughout the us and make up more than 160 structured chapters operating in 158 cities in 31...
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  • To the Study of Higher Education and English Honours
    St.Augustine of Canterbury that he needed a written law-code; it was written with the Roman alphabet. The people to be called the English lived in a mosaic of small tribal kingdoms, which gradually amalgamated. The threat of Danish conquest began to unify a nation under King Alfred of Wessex (d 899...
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  • Latin Prayers
    , eternal rewards instead of temporal rewards.  R. Amen. In Caena Serotina (At Collations) — the small second meal allowed on fast days Lector: May God bless you. The Priest gives the blessing, saying: May Christ, King of angels, bless this meal of His servants.  R. Amen. NOVENA AD SACRUM COR (Latin...
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  • Common Catholic Prayers
    their needs. (Repeat Chorus) Verse 4 More ships in the Orient, with soldiers arrived; And searching for gold, they found you instead; Legaspi, Urdaneta, the Rajah, the Queen; Their subjects our people, proclaimed you their king. (Repeat Chorus) Verse 5 Now one as nation, we pay You...
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  • Glorious Revolution
    , and Commons, assembled at Westminster do resolve that William and Mary, Prince and Princess of Orange be, and be declared, King and Queen of England, France, and Ireland, and the dominions thereunto belonging, to hold the Crown and royal dignity of the said kingdoms and dominions to them the said...
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