Charleston

by Mumia Abu-Jamal A young white man, barely at the age of his majority, walks into Charleston's most storied Black church, and before he leaves, a new history is written. Attending a Wednesday night bible study, he sits for nearly an hour, but his mind isn't on the life of Jesus nor his disciples; it's on murder, mass murder. When the door shuts behind him, nine Black souls, elders mostly, have been slain, bibles in hand. The man, or boy rather than man, really, hadn't come to [...]