Flags are used to instill pride and hope, but for many people, the Mississippi flag represents oppression and terror.
“You can’t make this stuff up."
Confusing it for the Texas state flag makes some people 😢.
As divisions run rife across the nation and scenes of protest rallies become commonplace, the strength and unity of our community
Fifteen years have passed quickly, but the memory of September 11th is still as close as yesterday. It was a catastrophically sad and devastating day to watch, live, and remember. Many people that lived through it, would rather not talk about what they saw or the feelings felt.
Cut a 9-inch square of brown construction paper. Fold one corner to center. Lay spoon head atop folded portion. Wrap paper
This is definitely going to be my final report from Philadelphia. I realize I'm almost a week late with it, but it was a busy and sleep-deprived week all around.
The flags awaken.
If we are to cease the threat that perpetrates our world, we must devise a strategy that permits the salvation of the innocent while eliminating those who threaten our very way of life. We must move forward in unity, with one clear message: "Never forget and never again."
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