Georgia State Conference NAACP to Condemn the Presence of the Confederate Battle Flag on South Carolina’s Capitol Grounds & Urge Georgians to Boycott the State
With the Confederate Battle Flag still situated in front of South Carolina’s Statehouse, the Georgia State Conference NAACP calls upon all Georgians to boycott South Carolina until this powerful symbol of hatred, bigotry and social injustice is removed.
WHAT: A Press Conference to condemn the continued presence of the Confederate Battle Flag on South Carolina’s Capitol Grounds and to urge Georgians to boycott the state.
WHO: Mr. Edward O. Dubose, President, Georgia State Conference NAACP & National Board Member
WHEN: Monday, November 14, 2011 at 10:30 a.m.
WHERE: The Steps of the Georgia State Capitol, Washington Street Entrance
WHY: Join in solidarity with the South Carolina State Conference NAACP in their fight to remove the Confederate Battle Flag from the State Capitol, talk about the painful and divisive meaning behind the flag, and discuss strategies to continue the boycott of South Carolina until it is permanently removed.
For more information, contact Mr. Edward O. Dubose, President, Georgia State Conference NAACP at (706) 464-8539.