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  • Race relations: a conversation at Bluffton's Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church

    On Jan. 11, 2017, five days before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and a day after the man who killed nine African-American worshipers at a Charleston Church in 2015 was sentenced to death, a group of community leaders held a discussion on race relations at Bluffton's Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church. One of those slain in the Charleston church massacre, the late South Carolina senator Clementa Pinckney, was a former pastor at Campbell Chapel A.M.E.

On Jan. 11, 2017, five days before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and a day after the man who killed nine African-American worshipers at a Charleston Church in 2015 was sentenced to death, a group of community leaders held a discussion on race relations at Bluffton's Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church. One of those slain in the Charleston church massacre, the late South Carolina senator Clementa Pinckney, was a former pastor at Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Josh Mitelman Staff video
On Jan. 11, 2017, five days before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and a day after the man who killed nine African-American worshipers at a Charleston Church in 2015 was sentenced to death, a group of community leaders held a discussion on race relations at Bluffton's Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church. One of those slain in the Charleston church massacre, the late South Carolina senator Clementa Pinckney, was a former pastor at Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Josh Mitelman Staff video

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