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Barack Obama - Statement On The Charleston Emanuel AME Church Shooting álbum

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Delivery date of speech: 18 June 2015


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Barack Obama. On the Mass Shooting at Charleston Emanuel AME Church. delivered 18 June 2015, White House, Washington, D. Audio AR-XE mp3 of Address. Michelle and I know several members of Emanuel AME Church. We knew their pastor, Reverend Clementa Pinckney, who, along with eight others, gathered in prayer and fellowship and was murdered last night. And to say our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families, and their community doesnt say enough to convey the heartache and the sadness and the anger that we feel. Any death of this sort is a tragedy. Any shooting involving multiple victims is a tragedy. The Charleston church shooting also known as the Charleston church massacre was a mass shooting on June 17, 2015, in Charleston, South Carolina, in which nine African Americans were killed during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Among those people who were killed was the senior pastor, state senator Clementa C. Pinckney three victims survived. This church is one of the oldest black churches in the United States, and it has long been a center for organizing events. President Obama delivers a statement on the Shooting at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. June 18, President Obama gives a statement after nine people are shot dead at a historic African-American church in Charleston. Obama statement on Charleston church shooting. US President Obama gives a statement after nine people are shot dead at a historic African-American church in Charleston. 18 Jun 2015. President Barack Obama mourned nine people who were shot to death in a church in Charleston, South Carolina, saying the shooting late Wednesday night rekindled memories of a dark part of our history. In a short and somber statement from the White House briefing room on Thursday, Obama also restarted a debate over the nation's recent history with gun violence. In a rather revealing moment, Obama acknowledged an understanding on the politics of the issue. The administration pushed Congress to pass new restrictions on gun ownership in 2013 after the massacre that killed 26 people - including 20 children - at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Nine days before Barack Obama delivered a eulogy at Charlestons Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Dylann Roof entered the historic black institution, sat for a while, and then opened fire with a Glock handgun. The white supremacist, who liked to pose for photographs on the sites of former slave plantations, murdered nine people. The attack stunned the nation. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden participate in a Let's Move video taping on the Colonnade of the White House, Feb. Peter Souza. President Obama pauses while speaking about the shooting in Charleston, S. on Thursday at the White House. Susan WalshAP. Good afternoon, everybody. And to say our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families, and their community doesn't say enough to convey the heartache and the sadness and the anger that we feel. Charleston Shooting Kills 9 in Historic Chuch, Including Pastor. Obama statement on church shooting Jump to media player US President Obama gives a statement after nine people are shot dead at a historic African-American church in Charleston. 18 Jun 15. US President Barack Obama has called on the US to ask tough questions on race relations and gun control in a eulogy for one of the victims of the Charleston shootings, the Reverend Clementa Pinckney. The tragedy has reignited debate about both issues and sparked a backlash against the Confederate battle flag, after the suspected gunman, Dylann Roof, was pictured with one. President Barack Obama called the nine deaths in the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting senseless murders Thursday. A group of women prays together at a makeshift memorial on the sidewalk in front of the Emanuel AME Church on June 18. Hide Caption. 17 of 25. Photos: Reactions to Charleston church shooting. President Barack Obama, accompanied by Vice President Joe Biden, pauses while speaking in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, June 18, on the church shooting in Charleston. 18 of 25. US president Barack Obama discusses the shooting at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, while addressing the US conference of mayors in San Francisco on Friday. The words echoed a statement the president delivered at the White House on Thursday, in which he said that at some point, we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries. Gun advocacy groups including the National Rifle Association have said a new national debate over guns was inappropriate so soon after the massacre, in which nine African Americans were shot dead inside Emanuel AME church



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