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SC congressman: ‘Please break your silence’

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South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn, at a prayer vigil after a fatal shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Church Wednesday night, encouraged the Charleston community to speak up, saying, “If we stay silent, they win. They must not win.”