Malcolm Graham of Charlotte holds a portrait of his sister, Cynthia Hurd – one of nine members of an African American church in Charleston gunned down on June 17, 2015. On Wednesday, the murder trial of accused killer and white supremacist Dylann Roof begins. Graham says he will be in courtroom in behalf of his sister and the fight against racism and violence.
Malcolm Graham of Charlotte holds a portrait of his sister, Cynthia Hurd – one of nine members of an African American church in Charleston gunned down on June 17, 2015. On Wednesday, the murder trial of accused killer and white supremacist Dylann Roof begins. Graham says he will be in courtroom in behalf of his sister and the fight against racism and violence. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com John Simmon
Malcolm Graham of Charlotte holds a portrait of his sister, Cynthia Hurd – one of nine members of an African American church in Charleston gunned down on June 17, 2015. On Wednesday, the murder trial of accused killer and white supremacist Dylann Roof begins. Graham says he will be in courtroom in behalf of his sister and the fight against racism and violence. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com John Simmon

On eve of church shooting trial, Malcolm Graham braces for a long, painful journey

December 06, 2016 10:36 AM