Good News: Someone in the SCV Understands

“You have a situation where we’ve let other people define us, and in the past haven’t spoken out as strongly as we should about other groups who have usurped the use of our flag,”

Michael K. Williams, commander of the Gilmor Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans in response to the decision by Johns Hopkins to prevent the SCV from utilizing their facilities in an upcoming Lee-Jackson Day event.  Click here for a recent post on the subject of the SCV and the Confederate flag.

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  • Robert Moore Nov 20, 2008 @ 12:46

    Bingo! It sounds like Michael Williams needs to be elevated to more significant positions within the organization.

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