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An Index Of Racism And Flags

Amount of people from southern Georgia who were willing to show up at Valdosta State University to protest racism: 3

Amount of people from southern Georgia who were willing to show up at Valdosta State University to protest against the protesters who walked on the American flag at the first protest: Thousands

University students prevented from going to their classes by the anti-racism protest: 0

University students prevented from going to their classes by the pro-flag protest: 11,0000

Number of crimes committed against the three anti-racism protesters: 1

Numbers of crimes committed against the thousands of anti-flag protesters: 0

Ratio of racism in the US flag vs. the Confederate flag, according to the Texas Sons of Confederate Veterans: 4 to 1

2 thoughts on “An Index Of Racism And Flags”

  1. Ella says:

    I’m glad I rad the “…Texas Sons of Confederate Veterans:…” article so I understood the racism connection. It has been well over 100 years since slavery officially ended in this country and their descendants have certainly profited by their ancestors experience. But that is the true American Dream. No matter who we are or where we come from, we can have a representative government that changes regularly, by the vote of the people. With a national leadership than can last no longer than 8 years. That change of ideologies has created a nation that manages to serve all of the people at least some of the time. That makes it better than any other national system. Thank you those who stood by the flag.

  2. J Clifford says:

    What do we get out of people standing by a piece of cloth?

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