Charlezetta Nixon, center, joins hands with others as they sing “We Shall Overcome,” at a vigil in response to the killings in Charleston, S.C., at the St. Paul AME Church in Wichita.
Charlezetta Nixon, center, joins hands with others as they sing “We Shall Overcome,” at a vigil in response to the killings in Charleston, S.C., at the St. Paul AME Church in Wichita. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Charlezetta Nixon, center, joins hands with others as they sing “We Shall Overcome,” at a vigil in response to the killings in Charleston, S.C., at the St. Paul AME Church in Wichita. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

Charleston tragedy teaches that racism isn’t just a history lesson

June 24, 2015 02:51 PM

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