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South Carolina / NAACP / Joseph Darby / College of Charleston #1152165

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 2015
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This evening the sorrows and the hopes of Charleston are filling a 5000 seat arena in the city's official vigil. This is a live picture now inside the arena TV arena where the College of Charleston plays basketball. Amid all the prayers for harmony. Attention is focusing again on a symbol of division in the state capital Columbia. And Here's Elaine Quijano. Today the flags of the United States and South Carolina flew at half staff over the state capital. But the Confederate flag remained at full...
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Elaine Quijano
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00:02:23

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