Confederate flags frame the Confederate soldier monument known as “Silent Sam” during a rally on UNC campus in Chapel Hill.
Confederate flags frame the Confederate soldier monument known as “Silent Sam” during a rally on UNC campus in Chapel Hill. Staff 2015 News & Observer file photo
Confederate flags frame the Confederate soldier monument known as “Silent Sam” during a rally on UNC campus in Chapel Hill. Staff 2015 News & Observer file photo
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August 18, 2017 07:49 PM

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