New Orleans Church Copes with Homicide Fears New Orleans now has the highest homicide rate in the country, which has led to a growing tension in the city. Minister John Raphael of the New Hope Baptist Church talks about what the community is doing to overcome the fear and violence.
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New Orleans Church Copes with Homicide Fears

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New Orleans Church Copes with Homicide Fears

New Orleans Church Copes with Homicide Fears

New Orleans Church Copes with Homicide Fears

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New Orleans now has the highest homicide rate in the country, which has led to a growing tension in the city. Minister John Raphael talks with Madeleine Brand of the New Hope Baptist Church about what the community doing to overcome the fear and violence.