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According to USA Today, celebrities across the country including Halle Berry, Mahershala Ali, Lena Waithe, Laverne Cox, Justin Timberlake and Charlize Theron have bought shows and donated the tickets to communities and organizations.

Produced by NBA star Stephen Curry and Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis, the documentary explores the dynamics of justice and faith, love and hate and forgiveness. Roof, who was 21 at the time and later said he looked for blacks to shoot that night, was sentenced to death for federal hate crimes.

As evidence of their belief, some of the survivors and family members of the slain said in court that they had forgiven Roof prior to the sentencing.

The film is hosted by City Help of the Triad, the Triad Pastor Partnership, Can We Talk and Mission Greensboro. The organizers hope to bring a diversity of people together.

“Emanuel is important because it helps raise awareness of the virus of racism and the healing power of forgiveness,” said Rev. Odell Cleveland, a native of Charleston and pastor at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

That the shooting took place during the service seemed particularly cruel.

The Charleston Sagittarius has chosen a night when Bible study, also known as weekday, routinely takes place in churches across the country.

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