Flowers and a wreath were laid at a door of Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Thursday, Dec. 15, the day Dylann Roof was convicted in the slaughter of nine black church members who had welcomed him to their Bible study at the church, a devastating crime in a country that was already deeply embroiled in racial tension.
Flowers and a wreath were laid at a door of Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Thursday, Dec. 15, the day Dylann Roof was convicted in the slaughter of nine black church members who had welcomed him to their Bible study at the church, a devastating crime in a country that was already deeply embroiled in racial tension. Michael Pronzato The Post and Courier
Flowers and a wreath were laid at a door of Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Thursday, Dec. 15, the day Dylann Roof was convicted in the slaughter of nine black church members who had welcomed him to their Bible study at the church, a devastating crime in a country that was already deeply embroiled in racial tension. Michael Pronzato The Post and Courier

The parable of Mother Emanuel and Dylann Roof

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