Caption: A memorial set up after the shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church
in Charleston, S.C.
A Century of Missions of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
On June 17, 2015, 21-year-old Dylann Roof allegedly opened fire at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
in Charleston, S.C., killing nine people.
Some media outlets, most web-based publications, offered their wild perspective on the increase, most of it centered on the tragic shooting at Charleston, S.C."s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
on June 17.
Tywanza Sanders (26) who were massacred on June 17, 2015 at historic African-American Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church
(the oldest AME church in the South, see brief history via "Mother Emanuel" African Methodist Episcopal Church
History on the next page) in downtown Charleston, South Carolina during Bible study.
Wendell G Gilliard, who is the state representative for the district where the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
stands, is a co-sponsor of a hate crimes bill introduced in the last session of the South Carolina Legislature.
In the weeks since nine people were shot and killed at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
in Charleston, South Carolina, a troubling picture has emerged of the accused gunman, Dylann Roof, who has been indicted on nine charges of murder and three of attempted murder.
On the evening of Wednesday, June 17, a mass shooting took place at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.
As I visited the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
it was impossible not to draw comparisons to the firebombing of black churches in the deep south 50 years ago.
A series of police shootings of unarmed black men in various cities by white officers since the summer of 2014 preceded the terroristic murder, by a white supremacist young man, of nine black members of Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
on June 17.
Nine people died in a shooting at a historic African-American church in Charleston in the American state of South Carolina and the city's police chief, Gregory Mullen, said eight of the victims were killed inside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
. Another died shortly afterwards.
called it "pure, pure concentrated evil." Stunned community leaders and politicians condemned the attack on The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church
, and Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the Justice Department has begun a hate crime investigation.