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  • Charleston shooting survivors​ at DNC​: ​'​Together we can heal. Together we can love​'​

    Polly Sheppard and Felicia Sanders, the only adult survivors of the Emanuel AME church massacre in Charleston, S.C., spoke about ​gun violence and their support for Hillary Clinton.

Polly Sheppard and Felicia Sanders, the only adult survivors of the Emanuel AME church massacre in Charleston, S.C., spoke about ​gun violence and their support for Hillary Clinton. FedNet
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Charleston shooting survivors: “I chose love. And this election I chose Hillary Clinton.”

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