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May 30, 2017 ... Ghetto Brothers leader Benjamin “Yellow Benjy” Melendez, who famously brokered a gang truce between Bronx and Harlem in 1971, has ... The Ghetto Brothers were a gang (or club) and music group founded in New York City's South Bronx in the late 1960s. The gang eventually spread to much of ...
Jul 24, 2015 ... When “Black Benjie,” a Ghetto Brother member, was shot and killed in December 1971 while attempting to deliver a message of peace to a rival ... Between the Beatles-led British Invasion of the US in the 1960s and the South Bronx gang wars of the 1970s, Ghetto Brothers was born—a gang inspired by the ...
19/2/2015 · With chilling detail and candor, Benjy Melendez opens up as never before in Ghetto Brother (Benjy Melendez with Amir Said). Telling the story of his family, growing up first in the West Village in in the '60s, his family's forced move to the South Bronx, his life in a street gang, and his transformation to a peace ambassador, Ghetto Brother is a riveting memoir that explores the human condition.
Sep 22, 2015 ... The NBM-published Ghetto Brother: From Warrior To Peacemaker, is a slightly fictionalized biography of former Bronx gang leader Benjy ...
Benjy “Yellow Benjy” Melendez, founder of the Ghetto Brothers street gang, social activist, and lead singer of the Ghetto Brothers band, tells his story: a memoir of life as a late 1960s/early 1970s street gang member, of a musician on the cusp of stardom, a fighter for peace, and a man on a quest to reclaim his Jewish roots. The name Ghetto Brothers was chosen by Hui Cambrelen one of the original founders along with Ray delaVega and Benji Melendez. Benjamin Melendez, who left the organization in 1976, was also known as a guitarist. He led a band, also known as the Ghetto Brothers, which included his late brother Victor Melendez on bass.