As a Flag Comes Down, Looking for a ‘New Mississippi’

The activists were newborn children when 66% of Mississippians casted a ballot in 2001 to keep the state banner implanted with the fight image of the Confederacy. They grew up promising faithfulness to it in school, where they additionally found out about a background marked by isolation and abuse related with the pennant. The activists, a band of Black Lives Matter coordinators, walked a month ago through the avenues of Jackson, the banner’s evacuation among…

"As a Flag Comes Down, Looking for a ‘New Mississippi’"