The Confederate “Stars & Bars” Is Still the Flag of One US State

It’s not just ON the flag, it IS the flag

City hall building with cars parked outside and three flags flying out front: the US flag, the state flag of Georgia, and the city flag of Sugar Hill
Image: Public domain

Last summer I heard a radio journalist say Mississippi was the last US state with a Confederate emblem on its flag. That flag has since been retired, but the reporter was wrong. The Confederate “Stars & Bars” still flies over one US state to this day.

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Paul Thomas Zenki

Paul Thomas Zenki

Ghost writer, essayist, marketer, Zen Buddhist, academic refugee, living in Athens GA, blogging at A Quiet Normal Life: https://www.quietnormal.com/