P REAMBLE The flag and other symbols of the Confederate States of America represent the dreams of a Southern nation for which our ancestors sacrificed their lives and their fortunes, and for the high and noble standards that we should once again strive for.
Confederate National flags First national flag ("the Stars and Bars")
2 Wallace mildly rebuffed him, but mostly ignored him. Later, after media coverage of the issue subsided, the Confederate flag was observed flying below both the American and Alabama flags.
WInTEr 2009 • vOL. 8, nO. 2 A nEWSLETTEr AbOUT LAW AnD DIvErSITy A pUbLICATIOn OF ThE nEW jErSEy STATE bAr FOUnDATIOn Confederate Flag Makes Waves Over Free Speech in Schools by Barbara Sheehan When you wear a T-shirt with a picture or a saying on it, how much thought do you put into it?
The Beloved Embattled Confederate Banner - The Battle Flag The following fact sheet is prepared by the Education Committee of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) for distribution to educational personnel, librarians, civic groups, press officials and others interested in promoting an ...
In 1863 the Confederacy replaced the Stars and Bars with the Second National Confederate Flag. Fort Sumter National Monument is administered by the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior.
THE CODE FOR THE CORRECT USE OF THE CONFEDERATE FLAGS The First National flag is the official flag of the United Daughters of the Confederacy ®. The Second National flag is the official flag of the Children of the Confederacy®.
HERITAGE OF HATE Why the Confederate Flag is a RACIST Symbol. The confederate flag is the universally accepted symbol of racism and bigotry. We call on YOU, our neighbors, community leaders and students, to join us in our call to educate the public about the link between racism and the ...
THE KNIGHTS' THE KNIGHTS' Information for YOU! Information for YOU! Save our Flag! The flag of the South is now the flag of World Wide White unity! The battle to save the Confederate flag is raging throughout the South .
Background Information: Flags have long been used by nations, organizations, and even individuals as a means of identification. At the First Battle of Manassas, the Union and Confederate armies each had a variety of flags to identify each other and distinguish themselves from the enemy.