Pastor Alfred Johnson shakes Jamichael Carter's hand as he greets men participating in his House of Refuge program before the evening service at Church of the First Born on St. Elmo Avenue. From near right are Gregory Williams, Carter and Logan Whiteaker.
Pastor Alfred Johnson shakes Jamichael Carter's hand as he greets men participating in his House of Refuge program before the evening service at Church of the First Born on St. Elmo Avenue. From near right are Gregory Williams, Carter and Logan Whiteaker.
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published Sunday, March 31st, 2013
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Giving a gang member a job isn't all it takes to make him a productive member of society. He still has to change his thinking, said the Rev. Alfred Johnson, father of 10 and founder of the House of Refuge, a nonprofit that helps at-risk men find work.

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