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The Life of a Troubled Neighborhood, Caught on Tape

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The Life of a Troubled Neighborhood, Caught on Tape

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The Life of a Troubled Neighborhood, Caught on Tape

The Life of a Troubled Neighborhood, Caught on Tape

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Curtis Mozie, 37, has videotaped events in Washington, D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood for two decades. He's captured a narrative of good times and bad. He hopes the tapes will help people realize the full impact of gang violence. NPR's Shannon Rhoades reports.

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