Many parishioners can’t bear to be in the study room where Dylann Roof’s bullets pockmarked the floor—and that’s not the worst of the damage.
Bill Davis is an award-winning reporter who lives in Charleston, South Carolina, covering state policy and the West Ashley area.
Sergeant Derrick J. Gamble and his men felt the weight of taking the slain state senator to the capitol for the last time.
When he wasn’t dressed as a Southern rebel firing a cannon, South Carolina’s ex-senate president crafted the deal to keep the banner at his statehouse.
White and black across Charleston came to pray, cry, and hug for nine victims of the racism that has tried to destroy this church before.