Jul 02, 2015

“Why The Confederate Flag Fell So Suddenly”: A Fully Engaged, Energized Activated Group Of Voters « mykeystrokes.com

Within just a few days of Dylann Roof’s racially motivated murder of 9 African-American worshippers and clergy in Charleston’s historic Emanuel A.M.E. Church, a sea change appeared to be under way with regards to the Confederate flag — this after decades of tense and slow-moving debate about whether the symbol deserves any kind of place…

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