Lindsey Haley was raised in Venice. Her family was part of the Chicano wave that set roots in the Westside during the 1960's and 1970's. Haley's formal education ended when she ran away from home at the age of 14. She went to Fresno where she became a farm worker and activist while raising two children. When Haley returned home ten years later, the area had changed and crack cocaine had crept into the streets. Deeply affected by the danger that had evolved, Haley became instrumental in starting the dialogue between the two rival gangs. Now living in Inglewood, Haley is joined by many working-class residents who have relocated from Venice.