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Son of Charleston Shooting Victim: 'Love is Always Stronger Than Hate'

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The son of Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, one of the nine people killed in a church shooting in Charleston, S.C., says, "Love is always stronger than hate. If we just love the way my mom would, the hate won’t be anywhere close to what love is.”