NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The NAACP called 2015 a pivotal year during an AME conference in North Charleston Wednesday night.
Officials touched upon the Mother Emanuel Church massacre with Rev. Joe Darby saying a "small army" of people was helping the congregation with PTSD and other mental health issues since the shooting.
NAACP President Cornell Brooks was also present at the meeting where he discussed "Journey for Justice," the march from Alabama to DC pushing for better voting rights and job opportunities.
The meeting was held at the Charleston Area Convention Center.