Hundreds march against racism in Charleston after church shooting

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Hundreds of activists marched through Charleston, South Carolina on Saturday to protest against racism following the shooting of nine black churchgoers at the Emanuel AME Church on Wednesday. Protesters marched through the streets of the city, passed the church where the shooting took place, before rallying outside the Daughters of the Confederacy building.

On Friday, 21-year-old suspect Dylann Roof attended court where he faced nine charges of murder and one charge of possessing a firearm while committing a violent crime. Roof reportedly sat through an hour of a Bible study class at the Emanuel AME Church, before shooting nine churchgoers on Wednesday evening.