Ballet hoping to help heal Charleston's wounds
In 2015, Charleston was rocked by the racially motivated murder of nine black churchgoers.
A ballet company in South Carolina believes art can heal divided communities, and has created a production addressing the tragedy.
Video by Olivia Lace-Evans
This feature is part of a Global Questions special in South Carolina. Watch it on BBC World News on Saturday 21 October.
21 Oct 2017
- From the section US & Canada