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GoFundMe Kicks Off For Destroyed Louisiana Churches

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GoFundMe Kicks Off For Destroyed Louisiana Churches

GoFundMe Kicks Off For Destroyed Louisiana Churches

After the tragic destruction of the historical Notre Dame church in France, a fundraising effort for rebuilding the Notre-Dame Cathedral inspired people to donate funds to the reconstruction of several Louisiana churches that were intentionally burned down in recent weeks.

Business Insider reports three historically black churches in St.

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