On Wednesday night, a gunman walked into a church in Charleston, killing 9 people, including the pastor of the church, and six women in what authorities describe as a "hate crime." The gunman, identified as 21-year-old Dylann Storm Roof, struck at the historic heart of the black community in Charleston. Known as "Mother Emanuel" to those in the community, Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church has long been tied to African American culture in Charleston. Its congregation is the oldest of its kind in the south. The church pastor Clementa Pinckney, who was killed in the shooting, was an active and beloved member of the local community and a civil rights advocacy. He pushed for police officers to wear body cameras and called for accountability after a black resident named Walter Scott was gunned down in April.
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