The Confederate Flag: Hate or Heritage?

It’s both.

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I have family in the southern United States of America. They’re loving, churchgoing people. They always try to do the right thing. I love them very much. Once the Confederate Flag came up in conversation, and they said it was certainly not racially motivated. In fact, to them, it was a symbol of southern pride.

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American-Canadian author offering insights about psychology, society, and entertainment. Based in Albuquerque, NM. https://daniellacressman.squarespace.com/

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Daniella Cressman

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American-Canadian author offering insights about psychology, society, and entertainment. Based in Albuquerque, NM. https://daniellacressman.squarespace.com/

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