Rage Against Destruction NPR's Greg Allen reports on a group that conducted slick,non-violence programs to schools nationwide that has decided to go out of business. The group, Rage Against Destruction, was funded by an evangelical organization and criticized for using its programs to lure teens to a rally where they were preached the gospel.

Rage Against Destruction

Rage Against Destruction

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NPR's Greg Allen reports on a group that conducted slick,non-violence programs to schools nationwide that has decided to go out of business. The group, Rage Against Destruction, was funded by an evangelical organization and criticized for using its programs to lure teens to a rally where they were preached the gospel.