Turning point in '64 racial killing

Turning point in '64 racial killing

There are 1 comment on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story from Jan 27, 2007, titled Turning point in '64 racial killing. In it, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that:

As a deacon at Bunkley Baptist Church, Charles Marcus Edwards was responsible for opening up for Sunday school.

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#1 Jan 28, 2007
charles edward is just as guilty as james seales he was there and he helped in it what about james seale family they had no idea this took place they have feelings to

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