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WASHINGTON, DC - The South Carolina House of Representatives voted 94-20 to remove the Confederate battle flag from public spaces including state Capitol grounds. Later that day, Governor Nikki Haley signed the bill into law. In light of this monumental victory, the NAACP released the following statement:By President Cornell William Brooks, NAACP President & CEO: “The NAACP applauds the South Carolina legislature for voting to remove the...
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