Confederate flag

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the first flag of the Confederate States of America

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com/news/2015/06/amazon-stops-selling-confederate-flag) stop selling the confederate flag and related items.
The charismatic Black Lives Matter leader became famous when he leaped over police barriers and seized a Confederate flag from a protester in Charleston, South Carolina last year.
When you drive a car with a "Transgender and Christian" bumper sticker on it, and a "Black Lives Matter" bumper sticker, and a "Nevertheless, She Persisted" bumper sticker as well as a few more; you notice things like confederate flags on the tailgates of passing trucks.
On Twitter poster, Tim Forde, wrote: "RTE just showed a Confederate flag in the Cork crowd at Croker.
Mr Williams said he had owned the Confederate flag for more than 35 years and that he used it in American civil war enactments, but that the German flag had been brought by his friend.
Supporters of the Confederate flag, which came into use at the time of the American Civil War, argue it is a symbol of ancestry and heritage, however some US citizens believe it represents slavery, hatred and white supremacy.
5) Part II will describe the history of the Confederate Flag and the various meanings it conveys to U.
The announcement came this summer almost a year after the South Carolina governor ordered the Confederate flag be removed from its State House grounds.
QUENTIN Tarantino considers the Confederate flag the "American swastika" - and feels it is "about damn time" people questioned its place in the American South.
In fact, when Walmart denied one Louisiana man's request for a Confederate flag cake, he successfully ordered another adorned with the ISIS battle flag (Kim); striking out on social media, Chuck Netzhammer condemned Walmart's efforts to "alienat[e] southern Americans.
THE HISTORY of the Confederate flag was placed under a bright, hot spotlight after Dylann Roof allegedly killed nine people, all black, in a shooting spree inside a Charleston, South Carolina, church in June.
In front of a crowd of 10,000 people, the officers ceremoniously lowered the Confederate flag, folded it, and took it away.
Twenty years later, heightened sensitivities to the issue of slavery and its connections to the breakaway states resulted in removing the Confederate flag from the high school.
Americans who claim the Confederate flag was nothing more than a symbol of Southern Heritage were made to eat Crow this weekend when the Ku Klux Klan protested the flag's removal from the South Carolina Statehouse.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- Two rivaling rallies were held Saturday at the Statehouse in Columbia, South Carolina, by African Americans and members of the white supremacist group Klu Klux Klan (KKK) to support and oppose respectively the recent removal of the Confederate flag.
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