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For the first few days of April the Anderson county courthouse -- three flags American Texan.
And the first national flag of the confederacy the stars and bars.
Two groups representing descendants of confederate soldiers convinced three of the five members of the county commissioners court.
To allow the flag to be flown during what they wish to celebrate as Confederate History Month.
On April 1 and unfurled and all hell broke loose the N double ACP immediately protested the action several city leaders voiced their concern.
County commissioner -- -- voted against the initial measure.
They may speak on the economic standpoint.
About the confederate states and reason lot of want to secede from the union but.
What's in -- still basically takeover -- -- says it's impossible to separate slavery from secession from the cotton jeans.
-- a -- -- the slaves you -- have to do.
You can African.
Members of one group supporting the flag Sons of Confederate Veterans say their goal was not to denigrate African American history the -- own story.
My understanding was that we were gonna get together -- and our officers were gonna get together.
And begin a whole new dialogue of education because we feel like justice -- history has been.
Lipped out of the books for so long and they finally got Black History Month we feel like civil war history the war between states who has not been told correctly.
Monday night the Palestinian City Council met to pass a resolution unanimously condemning the county's choice and they did.
But just moments before that vote and announcement that the flag had been taken down.
This is all possible because of the people who voice that we are forced to Flagstaff.
So we took it upon ourselves to go ahead and take them on our own terms as opposed to.
You know having someone else do it the flag is down and hope for a more united Palestine is back up.
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