December 14th, 2015
Episode 763 of 1699 episodes
Following the Charleston church massacre on 17 June, pictures emerged showing the man accused of the killings brandishing a Confederate flag. This prompted South Carolina and other southern states to remove the flag from public display - but what has happened to the debate since then? Nick Bryant reports from Oxford Mississippi, where a fierce debate is taking place over how the white South should commemorate its past.
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