Members of the South Carolina Secessionist Party rally at the Statehouse in Columbia late last year. The Confederate battle flag has become a rally point for many who see it as part of the state’s history, while others see it as a symbol of the slave trade.
Members of the South Carolina Secessionist Party rally at the Statehouse in Columbia late last year. The Confederate battle flag has become a rally point for many who see it as part of the state’s history, while others see it as a symbol of the slave trade. Seanna Adcox AP
Members of the South Carolina Secessionist Party rally at the Statehouse in Columbia late last year. The Confederate battle flag has become a rally point for many who see it as part of the state’s history, while others see it as a symbol of the slave trade. Seanna Adcox AP

Rock Hill NAACP denounces York Tech decision to host SC Sons of Confederate Veterans

October 11, 2016 9:59 AM