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Churches Aid Families with Gang Problem
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Churches Aid Families with Gang Problem

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Churches Aid Families with Gang Problem

Churches Aid Families with Gang Problem
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Gang membership is growing in smaller cities, towns, and rural areas. In some of those places, such as Durham, N.C., the gang problem has driven some affected families to seek help. Churches have been helping members leave gang-life behind.

Leoneda Inge of North Carolina Public Radio reports.

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