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Members of Charleston's Jewish and other faith communities were deeply troubled by news that a shooting that left at least 10 people dead at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Faith leaders say that hopes and prayers are needed, but that action is also essential. They called for stamping out hateful rhetoric that has poisoned public discourse in recent years.

Denise Quarles, the daughter of Myra Thompson, one of the nine Emanuel AME shooting victims, tearfully told her story to the crowd at the Eman…

Rev. Claudia Lawton cheers during the Emanuel 9 Rally for Unity as the speakers call for peace and reform on Saturday, June 23, 2018 in Marion…

People in the crowd embrace one another during Rev. Dr. Jamal H. Bryant's speech at the Emanuel 9 Rally for Unity of Saturday, June 23, 2018 i…

Rev. Claudia Lawton cheers on performer Daniel D. along side Mike Whack during the Emanuel 9 Rally for Unity on Saturday, June 23, 2018 in Mar…

Joan Baez, a well known folk singer, performs "The President Sang Amazing Grace" during the Emanuel 9 Rally for Unity of Saturday, June 23, 20…

Rachel Grater and her son Joseph, 3, applaud Mr. Underrated after his performance which he dedicated to the Emanuel 9 during the Emanuel 9 Ral…

Rev. Dr. Jamal H. Bryant, the keynote speaker, talks to the crowd after inviting the families of the victims onto the stage during the Emanuel…

Jimmy Gayton stands and applauds as Zandrina finishes singing "Rise Up" during the Emanuel 9 Rally for Unity on Saturday, June 23, 2018 in Mar…