Jul 02, 2015

Update: How You Can Help Rebuild and Where to Speak Out About the Burned Black Churches | Colorlines

Since the June 17, 2015 racist massacre at Charleston, South Carolina's Emanual AME Church, seven predominantly-black churches have had serious fires. Here's what we know about the fires so far, what we're saying about them and how to help these houses of worship rebuild.

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