Where the Confederate Flag Is Now

Not only have we not solved mass shootings, we haven’t even solved the Confederate flag thing: 


Yet, one year later, the controversy around the symbols associated with slavery continue as some local governments refuse to abandon them. On Tuesday, to mark Flag Day, protesters gathered in Washington, D.C., to rally against the state of Mississippi’s decision to keep the battle flag emblem as part of its flag design.

During the 2004 election (NO I’M NOT OVER IT) people asked when in American politics we’d be able to stop fighting the Vietnam War, and I remember quite a few people responding, “When the Civil War is over.”

It’s never going to be over.


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