SHOOTING AT EMANUEL AME CHURCH
- In an hour, a church changes forever (Post & Courier).
- Charleston victim to gunman: “Why are you doing this?” (CBS News).
- How small-town police foiled the accused Charleston killer’s getaway (Yahoo).
- Services set for the Rev. Clementa Pinckney (Post & Courier).
- Official: President Obama to deliver eulogy at Pinckney’s funeral Friday (Post & Courier).
- Clementa Pinckney, a Martyr of Reconciliation (The Atlantic).
- Remembering Rev. Clementa Pinckney (WCBD).
- Video: Honoring the lives lost in the Charleston shooting (CNN).
- Video: Sharonda Singleton remembered by her daughter and friend (CNN).
- Video: Brother shares memories of librarian killed in Charleston (CNN).
- Video: Family remembers matriarch killed in Charleston shooting (CNN).
- Victims’ attorney criticizes magistrate, praises church shooting survivor (ABC News 4).
- Depayne Middleton Memorial Fund (YouCaring).
- Viewpoint: The bullets that tore through our community changed it forever (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Q&A: Joe Riley says church shooting suspect didn’t learn to hate in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Video: Anderson Cooper walks through Charleston with Mayor Riley (CNN).
- Denmark Vesey and a battle over history in Charleston (Yahoo).
- Mother Emanuel shooting was a loss for the Gullah/Geechee (Charleston City Paper).
- Video: Charleston mayor talks ‘heartbreak’ in his city (CNN).
- Being black in Charleston (CNN).
- Photos/Videos: Charleston Prayer Vigil & Impromptu Gathering at the Emanuel AME Church (HCS).
- Services held at Emanuel AME, Marion Square (ABC News 4).
- Thousands join hands across Cooper River Bridge after Emanuel AME shootings (Charleston City Paper).
- Organizers says 20,000 joined Bridge to Peace march on Ravenel Bridge (ABC News 4).
- Watch 843 Productions’ Aerial Video (Facebook).
- Bridge to Peace event as seen through social media (ABC News 4).
- PHOTOS: Bridge to Peace (Y102.5).
- Thousands gather on Arthur Ravenel Bridge in solidarity (Crowd Album).
- Bride leaves bouquets at church shooting memorial (Live 5 News).
- If that “church” does try to picket the victims’ funerals, a Wall of Love will be setup to block them (Facebook).
- The Most Moving Images From The Charleston Church Shooting Aftermath (BuzzFeed).
- Emanuel AME – this morning (Charleston Daily Photo Blog).
- Mother Emanuel Hope Fund for victims’ families grows (ABC News 4).
- Boeing announces $100K donation to church hope fund (Live 5 News).
- Panthers owner Jerry Richardson donates $100K for Charleston tragedy (ESPN).
- Starbucks donates $100,000 in wake of church shooting (Post & Courier).
- The New Yorker dedicates next week’s cover to the victims (Twitter).
- This Is My City on the News (Vanity Fair).
- Lattimore, Boyd react to Emanuel AME shootings, Lowcountry’s response (ABC News 4).
- Hawaii church takes part in nationwide ceremony for Charleston shooting victims (Live 5 News).
- Starbucks Howard Schultz Visits Partners in Charleston; Pledges Support for Victims’ Families (Starbucks).
- Friend of Suspect says he planned attack on College of Charleston (Fox News).
- Video: Gunman’s friend: Shooting could have been prevented (CNN).
- Church shooting suspect linked to hate-filled website (ABC News 4).
- Suspect visited Greenville Confederate museum (Greenville Online).
- Bill Maher Says Denying Racism In Charleston Shooting Is Racism (Huffington Post).
- Charleston unlikely to be tipping point in debate over guns, mass killings (Post & Courier).
- Smiling Faces, Terrible Racists: The Dangerous Culture of White Possession in the Carolinas (Vice).
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