it will scar us but never win talks with rev eric manning of the charleston church where a gunman opened fire
“It will scar us, but never win.”
@craigmelvin talks with Rev. Eric Manning, of the Charleston church where a gunman opened fire in 2015, and Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, of the Pittsburgh synagogue where shooter stormed into 8 months ago, to discuss their path toward healing.
he needs to call out white supremacy what unified the shooter in the charleston church in the pittsburgh synag
"He needs to call out white supremacy. What unified the shooter in the Charleston church ... in the Pittsburgh synagogue... in New Zealand, it was a white supremacist and bigoted ideology , that's a threat." Sen. on PresidentTrump's response to the New Zealand attacks
four years ago nine people were killed in a hate crime at a church in charleston the house has since passed a
Four years ago, nine people were killed in a hate crime at a church in Charleston. The House has since passed a bill to close the “Charleston loophole” that allowed the shooter to buy a gun without completing a background check. The Senate must do the same.
speaking in orangeburg sc recalls the 2015 charleston massacre noting he was awed by some victims families for
Speaking in Orangeburg, SC, @JoeBiden recalls the 2015 Charleston massacre, noting he was awed by some victims' families' forgiveness of the shooter: "I thought to myself, if all those people could forgive that assassin, it is grace, and I drew strength from their strength. "
four years ago a white supremacist shooter murdered nine people who were gathered in prayer in charleston sinc
Four years ago, a white supremacist shooter murdered nine people who were gathered in prayer in Charleston. Since then, we haven't done nearly enough to make our places of worship, schools, and neighborhoods safer. With each tragic anniversary, our inaction grows more painful.
days after a gunman killed 9 people at a church in charleston sc survivors and victims families publicly forga
Days after a gunman killed 9 people at a church in Charleston, S.C., survivors and victims' families publicly forgave the shooter & became symbols of forgiveness in the face of hate. But a new book by @JenBerryHawes argues a more complicated reality.
despite surveillance video showing a fatal shooting in north charleston in 2016 authorities have dismissed a m
Despite surveillance video showing a fatal shooting in North Charleston in 2016, authorities have dismissed a murder charge in the case due to a lack of evidence implicating the suspect as the shooter.