Charleston shooting survivors open up about the power of forgiveness
In 2015, nine people were shot and killed in a horrific scene during Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb traveled to Charleston to speak with three survivors, Felicia Sanders, Polly Sheppard and Jennifer Pinckney, who have since found their lives intertwined by fate and faith.
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