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9 hours ago These Colleges Still Have Confederate Symbolism On Campus — And It's 2017 Southern Mississippi have all ceased flying the state flag on the Southern Poverty Law center, as of 2016 there

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1 hours ago Confederate flag still flying Jason Miczek/Reuters A national debate over the continued use of the Confederate battle flag reignited June 20, 2015, after the U.S. and South Carolina state flags

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7 hours ago Even though the Civil War ended 150 years ago, the flag adopted by the Confederate State of America (CSA) is still displayed proudly on political buildings, state-issued license plates, T-shirts

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7 hours ago Confederate symbolism has become associated with the far right in the US and is at the forefront of the George Floyd protests, but do any states still fly the flag? Rob Train Update: 12/06/2020 13:33

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2 hours ago Answer: The freedom of speech protection provided by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution allows people to fly the confederate flag on their own property. However, the Government is not required to permit all forms of speech on public property. The legality of flying a confederate flag in public areas depends upon whether the …

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5 hours ago Mississippi. Mississippi is the only state still incorporating the Confederate battle emblem into its state flag. Voters endorsed it by a margin of almost 2 …

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1. CaliforniaGovernor Jerry Brown signed legislation last year prohibiting state agencies from selling or displaying items bearing the flag. (August 21, 2014)
2. South CarolinaFollowing the Charleston shooting, governor Nikki Haley called on Mondayfor the flag to be removed from the statehouse grounds. On Tuesday, legislators proposed a measure to consider removing the flag. (June 22, 2015)
3. MississippiLawmakers in the state are planning to remove the emblemfrom the state flag. (June 23, 2015)

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5 hours ago Confederate Flag: Who’s Free To Fly It, Who Isn’t, And Why The Distinction Matters. In this Friday, June 19, 2015 file photo, the Confederate flag flies near the South Carolina Statehouse, in

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Just Now The Confederate Battle flag was used after the original Confederate flag was determined to be confusing to the troops in battle. They would get confused as to which flag, union or confederate to rally around. It was designed to keep some of the same characteristics of the union flag, but be seperate and easily identifiable for the troops.

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2 hours ago A row has erupted in Virginia over a proposal to fly a huge Confederate flag outside the state capital, Richmond. One hundred and fifty years after the Civil War, the flag can still be seen flying

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Just Now 5 Dos and Don’ts for Flying Your Confederate Flag After the XTU festival brought Confederate flag-waving fans to Camden, a lesson in etiquette. By Joel Mathis · …

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2 hours ago Confederate Iconography and Southern College Football. mfollettt618 / 29 June 2015. The killings of nine Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church members in Charleston, South Carolina, have ignited a cultural clash over the symbolic nature of the Confederate Flag, of which shooter Dylann Roof proudly raised in pictures taken before the murders.

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3 hours ago The Confederate Flag: To Fly or Not to Fly. In the wake of the tragic Charleston, S.C. shooting, a debate has been sparked about what to do with the Confederate flag. On the one hand, the Atlantic ’s Ta-Nehisi Coates has weighed in and called for us all to “Take down the flag. Take it down now.”. On the other side of the debate, David

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4 hours ago Here are the pros and cons of flying the Confederate flag: PROS. Bold way to display distorted, painstakingly cherry-picked heritage. Stirring symbol of South’s never-surrender attitude 150 years after South’s surrender. It’s already all the way up there on flagpole.

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Just Now And due to an odd quirk of South Carolina law, the Confederate flag on the statehouse ground -- seen above, in the form of the Confederate Battle Flag -- flew at full mast this week even as the

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8 hours ago The United States isn’t the only country debating Confederate symbols. The Confederate flag can be seen flying in Ireland, Germany, Brazil and beyond. Sometimes, the red-white-and-blue-crossed flag is seemingly displayed as kitsch, a kind of Americana. Other times, its display conveys a political meaning more reflective of the flag’s origins in the slave …

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1 hours ago June 24, 2015. Four years ago, I became a national news story after I hung a Confederate flag in my dorm room window at the University of South Carolina Beaufort. Controversy wasn’t my intention

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1 hours ago The Confederate flag is currently flown widely and proudly across Southern states, and many supporters use arguments of history and free speech to justify it, even if that means completely

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8 hours ago The flag does not represent racism, or even heritage. The flag represents treasonous acts committed against the United States. That is why you should not fly the confederate flag. It is a flag that was raised with the intent to destroy the United States of America, the land that I love. So if you fly it, I see no difference between that and an

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6 hours ago Still looking for a Confederate Flag flown over the South Carolina State House with documentation. Busta. reply #16. Just search for Confederate on there and you will see my ad with the pictures I posted above on here. reply. Those may interest you: Firefighter gets suspended for flying the Confederate Battle Flag.

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7 hours ago It's no great shock to learn that 19-year-old college student in South Carolina provoked a storm of protests after he'd hung a Confederate flag from his dorm room window. But here's the twist: The student in question, Byron Thomas, is black. "I know it's kind of weird because I'm black," Thomas said in a video he posted online in response to

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3 hours ago Photos: They're black and they're proud of the Confederate flag. The above image has not been Photoshopped. It’s an unaltered picture of an actual person — …

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7 hours ago Rebel and Confederate Flags made in America banned by Shopify. It just makes sense if you are going to fly the Confederate Battle Flag AKA, Rebel Flag and erroneously called the stars and bars, that is be made in the USA. If you want to show your Southern Heritage it should be MADE IN THE USA. Understand that American products are better

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8 hours ago It is a matter of state law. Back in 2000, civil rights activists successfully lobbied to have a much larger Confederate flag removed from the Capitol dome. But there was a compromise. The South

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Just Now What the Confederate flag means in America today. The Confederate flag was designed to represent a divided nation. It was flown during the Civil War when 11 states — Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Texas — broke from the nation to defend the practice of slavery.

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1 hours ago Georgia’s flag contained the Confederate battle flag from 1956 to 2003 and the current flag is modeled after the first national flag of the Confederacy. The flags of Florida and Alabama contain St. Andrew’s Crosses, thought to be references to the stars and bars of Confederate battle flag. The Arkansas state flag contains four stars on a

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5 hours ago In Germany and Poland, countries where most symbols of the Third Reich are prohibited by law; far-right and Neo-Nazi groups often fly the Confederate flag at rallies as a stand in. In Italy, some Southern soccer fans display the Confederate flag as a symbol of Southern Italy's long-standing dissatisfaction with the North.

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8 hours ago Opinion: The Confederate flag is anti-American. The Confederate flag billows over the South Carolina Statehouse, it was not removed until June 2015 by a state bill. Today many people in the South still fly the Confederate flag to proudly represent their history and honor the past. These same people proudly fly the American flag next to the

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9 hours ago Published October 2016 Recently, a high school student in the metro area who displayed a Confederate flag in their vehicle was told to remove it from school property. The school district reported that a similar incident occurred in the prior school year which resulted in fighting and a material and substantial disruption of school. This raised questions from the public and the

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9 hours ago 3×5 , 4ft X 6ft and 5ft X 8ft Rebel Flags have 2 metal grommets for easy hanging, is printed on both sides and are great way to show your rebel heritage and confederate pride. We’re now offering our printed poly Battle flag in a 6′ x 10′ size. Same great quality of the larger 4×6 and 5×8 with 3 grommets for flying.

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Just Now Still, Ira flies the flag, which his own high school and college used as an emblem. “The Confederate flag played a big, big part in our history,” Ira …

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3 hours ago Answer (1 of 8): You can easily find an answer by searching the web: “No, it is not illegal to display a Confederate flag. It is a form of protected speech under the first amendment. However, if the purpose of the flag is to instill rebellion, initiate racial hatred or violence, or to oppress a

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4 hours ago Answer (1 of 15): these are Confederate flags these were used by an army trying to defend their way of life including slavery they could be considered raciest in the proper context this is a rebel flag this flag is flown by people who believe in freedom, people who set off fireworks on the for

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3 hours ago These high quality Confederate 3'x5' polyester flags have 2 grommets for attaching to your flag pole plus four rows of stitching on the fly end. They hold up well outdoors and are very high quality for the price. No minimum order. Only $5.95 each OR buy 2 for $10 or 24 Confederate Rebel Flags for only $3.75 each.

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9 hours ago Flying the Confederate Flag. On July 9, 2015, Governor Nikki Haley signed a bill requiring the Confederate flag to be removed from the South Carolina State House grounds. The flag and the pole on which it was flown were both removed the following day. Leading up to this removal was heated debate concerning whether or not the Confederate flag

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9 hours ago The controversy is not about whether the Confederate flag was a valid flag of the Confederacy. No one is trying to change history, and it's disingenuous to pretend that that's really the issue. The controversy is about whether it's right for an official state office to fly a flag which indicates support for the oppression of blacks.

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9 hours ago The Confederate flag has historically been a symbol of racial hostility. In this case, that is precisely why at least one student displayed the flag. There is no constitutional problem with the school protecting its sole black student from abuse and intimidation. A few notes of caution are in order. Just because student speech is controversial

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7 hours ago T he fate of the Confederate flag became a major national issue in 1993, when the United States Senate denied a patent renewal to the United Daughters of the Confederacy because its seal included a Confederate flag—in this case not the provocative battle flag, but the Stars and Bars, the first official flag of the Confederacy. Illinois Senator Carol Moseley-Braun, …

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1 hours ago The flag found a home atop South Carolina’s State House in 1962. Today, South Carolina is the only state to fly the Confederate flag on its capitol grounds. But many Southern states are still

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9 hours ago The first actual Confederate flag was stars and bars, but it was changed due to its resemblance to the American flag, which made things confusing on the battlefield. The second had a design similar to the army of Northern Virginia Flag, but only as a square in the upper lefthand corner on a field or white, known as "The Stainless Flag."

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3 hours ago Compared to the southern states, the Confederate flag isn’t seen that often in western New York, but some people do fly it. A man named, Randy flies the flag above his pool at his home south of

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7 hours ago Confederate flags. There was no one flag of the short lived Confederate States of America. The first unofficial one was the "Bonnie Blue", which originated with the truly short lived Republic of West Florida.I believed that it lasted for a month and a day in 1810. This flag was popularized by the song, The Bonnie Blue Flag, which called for states rights and was one of …

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3 hours ago In many schools around the country kids are being suspended for waring the Confederate flag on a tee-shirt. In USCB a Black Student Bryon Thomas had the Confederate flag on his dorm window and was forced to take it down over hatred, But Thomas contends the flag isn't a racist symbol; he says it stands for Southern pride.

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Which states still fly the confederate flag?

Today, South Carolina is the only state to fly the Confederate flag on its capitol grounds. But many Southern states are still reckoning with the symbol.

Was a high school student told to remove a confederate flag?

Recently, a high school student in the metro area who displayed a Confederate flag in their vehicle was told to remove it from school property. The school district reported that a similar incident occurred in the prior school year which resulted in fighting and a material and substantial disruption of school.

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OR buy 2 for $10 or 24 Confederate Rebel Flags for only $3.75 each. 1st Confederate Flag (Stars and Bars) The first official flag of the Confederacy, called the "Stars and Bars," was flown from March 5, 1861 to May 26, 1863. The very first national flag of the Confederacy was designed by Prussian artist Nicola Marschall in Marion, Alabama.

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REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (Carlo Allegri/Reuters) I love the Confederate flag, but I love South Carolina and its citizens more. While the flag’s existence on the statehouse grounds never offended me — and it still does not today — I can’t ignore the deep pain that it causes for many people in my state.

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