The week after the hate crime at AME Church in Charleston, six churches were burned, and investigations are taking place with at least three identified as cases of arson. However, it is not the first time churches have been attacked in South Carolina. St. John Baptist Church in South Carolina, originally founded by slaves, was nearly destroyed by racially motivated vandalism in 1985. Ten years later, it burned to the ground. Members of this small congregation gather at the charred ruins and vow to rebuild and prevent further acts of hate.