Rancher Gang Member

Its meaning comes from two words that are used in society in a discriminatory way such as "Ranchers and Gang Members".

General objective

Reduce rates of violence and substance abuse with youth involved in gangs through Hip-Hop culture. Promoting peace between neighborhoods and communities

Youth in gangs are those with the highest risk of being victims and/or perpetrators of violence. Hip-Hop is a culture that promotes respect, union and peace.

Ranchero Pandillero has a recording studio and an art studio where young people can express themselves freely and the peace movement continues to grow.


Ranchero Pandillero has a membership group made up of young volunteers committed to promoting peace and using their art to share the message of Hip-Hop. The members are young people with a taste for "Hip-Hop" who collaborate with the program. In the elaboration of different events and community actions.

During 2020

Despite the pandemic we managed to create and develop 3 projects such as BlackSession which had 25 editions consisting of the participation of 42 local and national artists. Corona graff and its three editions, achieved the participation of 100 people from San Miguel de Allende and various states of the Mexican Republic. Cuarentena Barrs, with its 4 editions, achieved the direct participation of 64 participants from San Miguel de Allende and places like Querétaro, León, Irapuato, Celaya, Dolores Hidalgo and CDMX.

Gang Rancher Services

Channeling to educational services.

Channeling to the Maternal Clinic of CASA AC

Referral to psychological care.

Art studio.

Would you like to be a member of Ranchero Pandillero?

Too easy!

  • Get your membership with which you will get multiple benefits.
  • Get support with recordings, spaces to paint, discounts in various stores and establishments, etc.
  • Request your membership Rancheropandillero@casa.org.mx

Ranchero Gang Member Contact

Address:
Santa Julia #15, Colonia Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.

Mail:
rancheropandillero@casa.org.mx

Telephone:
(415) 154 60 90

Schedule:

Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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