CALLING IT RIGHT: Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley, right, stands next to Police Chief Gregory Mullen following the shooting at Emanuel AME Church. Both called the murders a hate crime.
CALLING IT RIGHT: Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley, right, stands next to Police Chief Gregory Mullen following the shooting at Emanuel AME Church. Both called the murders a hate crime. David Goldman AP
CALLING IT RIGHT: Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley, right, stands next to Police Chief Gregory Mullen following the shooting at Emanuel AME Church. Both called the murders a hate crime. David Goldman AP

We have a name for this — racism

June 21, 2015 01:00 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2015 06:05 PM

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