Charleston’s Black Leaders Want Justice As Much As Forgiveness

Charleston’s Black Leaders Want Justice As Much As Forgiveness

By Wade Goodwyn

Following the church shootings in Charleston, S.C., forgiveness toward the alleged shooter was demonstrated by the families. That set the public tone for Charleston’s leaders, both black and white.

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