The Code of the Street: Hustling for Status

Many African American men operate in a
Many African American men operate in a "thug-life" world with its own codes of conduct, language and economics. For men like Anthony Marcellus James of Washington, D.C., the need to be tough keeps them from entering mainstream life. James, or "A.J." as he is known on the street, has spent his adult life "in the game," earning many scars and building a long court record.  Click to View Photos >>

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