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DePaul community vigil supports victims of Charleston shooting

DePaul community vigil supports victims of Charleston shooting

Megan Deppen

July 1, 2015

[slideshow_deploy id='12986']   DePaul students, faculty and staff wiped away tears at a peace vigil’s moment of silence Wednesday in remembrance of the nine victims who were shot in June at a historic and primarily Black church in Charleston, S.C. Read More »...

Student Voice: Should the Confederate flag remain over the Capitol building of South Carolina?

Student Voice: Should the Confederate flag remain over the Capitol building of South Carolina?

Mariah Woelfel

June 24, 2015

The DePaulia asked students if they believe the Confederate flag should be permitted to fly over the Capitol building of South Carolina, despite its historical roots in Southern slavery and recent connection to a racially-charged mass murder. Many students declined to answer, stating they were eit...

Charleston shooting underscores racism in America

Charleston shooting underscores racism in America

Rachel Hinton

June 23, 2015

The Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston, South Carolina, a symbol for hope and progress in the black community was attacked Wednesday, June 17 by alleged shooter Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old racist who sat with parishioners for an hour before opening fire. Read More »...

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