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  • ‘Confederate Memorial Day’ event in Graham, NC

    Participants carrying Confederate and other flags, wearing Confederate uniforms or Confederate-era clothing, U.S. military tactical gear and clothing in support of President Donald Trump gathered in Graham, NC. The Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC) group held the event in response to “attacks and destruction of Southern symbols in other cities and states.”

Participants carrying Confederate and other flags, wearing Confederate uniforms or Confederate-era clothing, U.S. military tactical gear and clothing in support of President Donald Trump gathered in Graham, NC. The Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC) group held the event in response to “attacks and destruction of Southern symbols in other cities and states.” Denice Freeman/Facebook
Participants carrying Confederate and other flags, wearing Confederate uniforms or Confederate-era clothing, U.S. military tactical gear and clothing in support of President Donald Trump gathered in Graham, NC. The Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC) group held the event in response to “attacks and destruction of Southern symbols in other cities and states.” Denice Freeman/Facebook

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