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The South Carolina Republican lawmaker who suggested the Mother Emanuel AME victims didn’t defend themselves during an attack by accused gunman Dylann Roof is now

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All four Confederate flags posted at Alabama state Capitol’s Confederate memorial were removed Wednesday morning following a quiet order from the state’s governor, Robert Bentley (R).…

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As memorial services for the nine people murdered in the Emanuel AME massacre in Charleston are being coordinated, another congregation planned on making their funerals

The city of Charleston, South Carolina is still in mourning after Dylann Roof opened fire inside of the historical Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, killing nine people. As the gunman sits in police custody at a South Carolina detention center, video footage of his arrest in Shelby, North Carolina has been released to the public. […]

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Two of the nation's largest retail companies, Walmart and Sears, have announced that they will no longer carry merchandise bearing the Confederate flag, which

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was killed in 1968. Malcolm X was killed in 1965. Reverend Clementa Pinckney was assassinated by Dylann Roof in 2015. Let’s call this what this is. Assasination. What took place on Wednesday, June 17th 2015 was a massacre. But are we supposed to just accept this as “par for the […]

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The doors to Charleston’s Mother Emanuel AME Church reopened Sunday to an exodus of people undeterred by the murderous efforts of a gunman fueled

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Hundreds of people filed into the church pews of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Father's Day, showing strength, power, and resilience after the shooting death

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Dylann Roof, the accused gunman of the Emanuel AME Shooting, planned to kill himself during last week’s attack, The LA Times reports. The son of Charleston

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Protesters have been accused of defacing a Confederate statue in Charleston, South Carolina, reports the Huffington Post. The tagging was discovered over the weekend when Emanuel

Months before taking the lives of nine people at Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church, Dylann Roof visited the South’s most notorious slave plantations and landmarks, and then shared his experiences on his blog. According to Daily Mail: The 21-year-old posted images of himself visiting the sites steeped in racial history on his blog – where he also penned a ranting, […]

UPDATE: 11:40 AM EST Dylann Roof‘s manifesto has allegedly surfaced online. In the horrifying document, the 21-year-old discusses the moment his perspective on race relations changed, citing Trayvon Martin‘s death as his turning point. He reportedly wrote: “How could the news be blowing up the Trayvon Martin case while hundreds of these black on White […]