Healing Trauma In Oakland

More than 100 people were murdered Oakland, Calif. in 2008. Behind the high numbers is a community shattered by violence and loss. We look at an organization that aims to help heal families and neighbors traumatized by violence in the community.

Judy Campbell reports for member station KQED.

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