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In the late 1960s, a division occurred among rival groups of Mexican-American inmates in California that led to the forming of a new group to challenge the Mexican Mafia. It would later be known as the Nuestra Familia. Membership was often determined according to the locations of their hometowns; the north-south dividing line is generally accepted as Bakersfield. The group's gang tattoos include the letters "NF."

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