In One Accord


Charleston Appeals for Unity as Services Honor Shooting Victims

From the article:

Community leaders and parishioners across this historic city vowed on Sunday to build racial accord in the wake of last week’s killings of nine black members of an African-American church, allegedly by a white man.

But as church bells rang and black and white parishioners prayed together at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, the site of the attack, and at other houses of worship, signs of how challenging that will be were apparent.

I guess the negative aspects in this article shouldn’t surprise me. Must be against the law to put a positive light on the story?

Charleston, S.C., Comes Together to Mourn Shooting Victims

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Posted June 25, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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