Hillsborough resident Katherine Switzer Walker urges the Orange County Board of Education to ban the Confederate flag on school system property.
Hillsborough resident Katherine Switzer Walker urges the Orange County Board of Education to ban the Confederate flag on school system property. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
Hillsborough resident Katherine Switzer Walker urges the Orange County Board of Education to ban the Confederate flag on school system property. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

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