Confederate flags frame the Confederate soldier monument known as “Silent Sam” during a rally on UNC campus in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Sunday, October 25, 2015. The rally, held in support of keeping the monument on campus, was held by Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County.
Confederate flags frame the Confederate soldier monument known as “Silent Sam” during a rally on UNC campus in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Sunday, October 25, 2015. The rally, held in support of keeping the monument on campus, was held by Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County. Liz Condo News and Observer file photo
Confederate flags frame the Confederate soldier monument known as “Silent Sam” during a rally on UNC campus in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Sunday, October 25, 2015. The rally, held in support of keeping the monument on campus, was held by Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County. Liz Condo News and Observer file photo

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