Featuring an image of nine flowers, the page lists the names of each of the victims, along with a short description of their talents and passions.
— Andrew Knapp (@offlede) June 21, 2015
A newspaper does right by its community. This morning’s front page of the Charleston Post and Courier is lovelypic.twitter.com/nNJLKIsZ1Q
— John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) …
Via: Mashable: Media