Charleston White on Vlad Reaching Out to Show World Charleston Isn’t Hateful (Part 3)

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Part 2: https://youtu.be/vwK4Zm2-0lM
Part 1: https://youtu.be/FN_FHxpsssU
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In this clip, Charleston White opened up about the possibility of starting a new YouTube channel after his was shut down, and he explained that a ban from YouTube is lifetime. He then added that his wife could start a page and post videos of him, and he went on to point out that Vlad contacting him before the page was shut down was a rare thing. Charleston explained that no one else with a notable YouTube platform reached out to him to warn him about the possibility of his page getting shut down. You can hear more above.

Charleston White on Vlad Warning Him 1 Week Before His Youtube Channel Shut Down (Part 2)

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In this clip, Charleston White spoke about Vlad giving him a "courtesy call" to warn him about the content he was posting to his YouTube page. Charleston explained that Vlad’s approach is what got Charleston’s respect and led to him listening to what Vlad had to say. However, Charleston admits that he waited too late to start implementing the advice, and he was ultimately banned from YouTube, which you can hear more about above.

Charleston White on His Youtube Channel Shut Down, Compares Himself to Kunta Kinte (Part 1)

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In this clip, Charleston White addresses being banned from YouTube, and he spoke about DJ Vlad calling him up to give advice about his content beforehand. Charleston explained that he disregarded Vlad’s advice when he responded to Julio Foolio saying he wanted to smack him, which he says led to his third and final strike on YouTube. Charleston also thanked Vlad for approaching him in a respectful manner and giving him worthwhile information, which you can hear more about above.

The Charleston Church Shooting: Six Years Later

The CBSN Special ""The Charleston Church Shooting: Six Years later"" marks six years since the fatal shooting at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. CBS News contributor Antjuan Seawright speaks with several survivors of the attack, as well as the church’s current Pastor Eric Manning about the events of that day and what lies ahead for the church and the Black community.

Charleston shooting victim’s family members share how they are moving forward

Six years ago, a gunman murdered nine Black parishioners during a Bible study class at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Reverend Clementa Pinckney, a state senator, was one of the people killed in the mass shooting. CBS News contributor Antjuan Seawright spoke to the Pinckney family about that night and the impact it still has six years later.

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Remembering the deadly Charleston church shooting, six years later

On June 17, 2015 a white supremacist killed nine worshipers at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. CBSN contributor Antjuan Seawright speaks with the current pastor, Eric Manning, on how things have changed for the church and the Black community in the six years since the tragedy.

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High School graduate follows in father’s footsteps six years after Charleston church shooting

High school graduations hold special meaning this year, after all the challenges students faced during the pandemic. But for one family in South Carolina, this graduation is especially powerful after the loss they suffered during one of our nation’s darkest moments six years ago today. Marks Strassmann reports.

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Boskoe100 on Charleston White: He Said Some Things That Directly Offended Me (Part 14)

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Part 13: https://youtu.be/Mcqf3AG-Xco
Part 1: https://youtu.be/HsCVhDb5EYA
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In the latest clip, Boskoe100 explained why he’s dissed Charleston White. He explained that he doesn’t like the media personality and claimed he has a higher level of ignorance than intelligence. He also said White said some things that offended him but didn’t say what was said. When asked about him and White doing similar things as media personalities, Boskoe clarified that he’s offensive but Charleston White is disrespectful. To hear more, check out the above clip.