UCLA Anthro Ph.D Jorja Leap talks to NPR about her work with gangs in Los Angeles

Jorja Leap earned her Ph.D in anthropology at UCLA before going on to become an international expert in crisis intervention.  Ten years ago she returned to Los Angeles to perform outreach and intervention work with LA’s gangs.  Click here to listen to her speak to NPR about her work and her new book Jumped In: What Gangs Taught Me About Violence, Drugs, Love, and Redemption.