There are five rules of flag design. Mississippi’s new flag already breaks one of them

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The bill to redesign the flag is a long overdue step forward. But the legislature set a requirement that will keep any design from being ‘great.’ if(typeof(jQuery)=="function"){(function($){$.fn.fitVids=function(){}})(jQuery)}; jwplayer('jwplayer_IbfRl1bT_G2hQKLvX_div').setup( {"playlist":"https:\/\/content.jwplatform.com\/feeds\/IbfRl1bT.json","ph":2} ); Mississippi’s state flag had cast a long shadow. In 1894—nearly 30 years after the Confederacy lost the Civil War—it adopted a flag with the Confederate battle emblem. And for 126 years, it flew as a state-sanctioned symbol associated with racism and oppression. Read Full Story

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