Jun 19, 2015

Charleston church shooting: For black Americans, Dylann Storm’s attack is just the latest example of two centuries of white supremacist violence.

In trying to understand the historical context behind the massacre of nine people attending a prayer meeting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, many people have pointed to the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, or the string of arsons directed at Southern black churches in the...

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