One year after nine churchgoers were killed by a gunman who had attended a service at their Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, the city hasn't changed much.
The massacre was a hate-fueled race crime. Today, a waterfront statue dedicated to Confederate Defenders of Charleston still faces the site of the first shots of the Civil War, Fort Sumter.
The Associated Press reports the names of Confederate generals still adorn street signs in the city's public housing projects. And nearby the church where the shootings occurred, in a park, sits a statue of Vice President John C. Calhoun — a defender of slavery.