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Joshua D. Dedmond and M. Endesha Juakali of Cooperation Jackson write that the Mississippi state flag “represents a time when most people of African descent were bound in chattel slavery and could be sold like cattle and bred like dogs.” Photo by Nick Judin

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OPINION: Mississippi Flag Representing Chattel Slavery Must Go Now

"We are currently in a season of change; the winds of change are blowing away old ways of thinking and old symbols of white supremacy."


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