“Black Stones” redirects here. For the football club, see Blackstones.Black P. Stone Nation Founded Late of 1950s In Chicago, Illinois Founded by Jeff Fort Years active Late of 1950s – present Territory Nationwide Ethnicity African-American Membership 17,000 Allies Latin Kings, People Nation, United Blood Nation, Bloods, Black Guerrilla Family, Zulu Nation, Five Percenters RivalsGangster Disciples, Folk Nation, Crips, Aryan Brotherhood, Ku Klux Klan,18th Street gang, Armenian PowerThe Black P. Stones, originally Black Stone Rangers, are a gang that formed in the area of Blackstone Avenue and Sixty-sixth Place in the Woodlawn area of the South Side of Chicago.[1] In later years, a quasi-Islamic faction of the gang emerged, naming themselves the El Rukn tribe of the Moorish Science Temple in America (or simply El Rukns), under their ‘religious leader’ and Blackstone Rangers founder Abdullah-Malik (born Jeff Fort)[2]. The BPSN has managed to finance itself through a wide array of criminal activities and are also part of the large Chicago-based gang alliance known as the People Nation.[3]The Black P. Stones’ main rivals are the Gangster Disciples, and to a lesser degree, the Black Disciples. They are rivals to all Folk Nation gangs, white supremacist groups, such as the Ku Klux Klan, the Aryan Brotherhood, and white power skinheads. Their allies are the Vice Lords, Latin Kings and other People Nation Gangs, Black Separatist Groups, Zulu Nation, Five Percenters, the Bloods, the Chicago Outfit. There are 9 BPS branches in Chicago: Gangster Stones, King Stones, Jet Black Stones, Rubinite Stones, Familia Stones, Puerto Rican Stones, Corner Stones, and Black P. Stones. Each branch has many factions.

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