How I Built This host Guy Raz in conversation with Father Greg, co-founder of the largest gang-intervention and rehabilitation program in the world.
When Father Greg Boyle started Homeboy Industries three decades ago, he wanted to facilitate a new life for those stuck in the cycle of gangs, violence and incarceration.
Hear their conversation about entrepreneurship, and mission-driven organizations.
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