charleston church shooting
Members of Mother Emanuel are not going to let tragedy stop them from continuing to welcome all.
“Charlottesville seems to have moved us to this point," the church rector said, following two years of debate.
Americans are now more likely to call it a symbol of "Southern pride" than racism.
The stabbing attack on a police officer in Michigan was designated potential terrorism. Last week's congressional shooting was not. There's a reason for that.
"I ... pray that I will find the means to convey the beauty that I’ve seen here in Charleston.”
Chris Singleton also lost his father this February.
On June 17, 2015, a white supremacist walked into a predominantly black church in Charleston, South Carolina. That evening
"We may have different skin colors, but we all bleed red."
He's accused of fatally shooting 9 people in a Charleston, South Carolina church.
There are more of us who want peace than those who practice hate. So much for "The Turner Diaries." Despite his violence
One year later, photographer Jonathan Hanson visits the town of Charleston to see how the families and survivors are progressing through their journeys of forgiveness, grief, and resilience.
"We can’t talk about healing until we really talk about the underlying racial issues."