It’s been four years since a white supremacist took the lives of nine innocent people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. And yet, the families of the 9 are still coming to terms with their losses. ESSENCE had the opportunity to sit down with Nadine Collier, the youngest child of Ethel Lance, and Jennifer Pinckney, Clementa Pinckney’s widow to hear and share their stories of survival.
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Revisiting The Charleston Church Shooting 4 Years Later Essence Reports
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