Groups raise $11 million for burned black churches

August 1996
Jet;8/26/96, Vol. 90 Issue 15, p46
Reports that charitable groups have raised about $11 million dollars for black churches that have burned since 1995. The National Council of Churches as raising the money; Contributors; Results of a `USA Today' survey; Where the surplus money will go.


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