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Two women thank University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides for his role in the removal of the Confederate flag, July 10, 2015, at the South Carolina State House in Columbia, S.C. Pastides was among numerous leaders who called for the removal of the flag following the shooting of nine African-Americans at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, June 17, 2015. Alleged shooter Dylann Roof, who published a manifesto on his website supporting white supremacist beliefs, was seen in numerous photographs holding the Confederate flag. The flag flew above the South Carolina State House dome from 1961-2000, then was moved to the grounds. The flag, which is now permanently removed, will be stored at the Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.(Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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Columbia, South Carolina - State House Confederate flag removal
Two women thank University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides for his role in the removal of the Confederate flag, July 10, 2015, at the South Carolina State House in Columbia, S.C. Pastides was among numerous leaders who called for the removal of the flag following the shooting of nine African-Americans at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, June 17, 2015. Alleged shooter Dylann Roof, who published a manifesto on his website supporting white supremacist beliefs, was seen in numerous photographs holding the Confederate flag. The flag flew above the South Carolina State House dome from 1961-2000, then was moved to the grounds. The flag, which is now permanently removed, will be stored at the Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.(Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)