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  • 'You're doing nothing' about state flag, NAACP member tells OS city leaders

    Nathan Fairley, a member of the NAACP and a board member of the Mississippi Rising Coalition, told Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson and the Board of Aldermen why the state flag should be removed from City Hall. Fairley's comments were posted to Facebook in a live video published on the city's official Facebook account. It is believed that the alt-right community were making comments on the Facebook video, which is concerning to Fairley because he had to give his name and address before he was able to speak.

'You're doing nothing' about state flag, NAACP member tells OS city leaders

Nathan Fairley, a member of the NAACP and a board member of the Mississippi Rising Coalition, told Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson and the Board of Aldermen why the state flag should be removed from City Hall. Fairley's comments were posted to Facebook in a live video published on the city's official Facebook account. It is believed that the alt-right community were making comments on the Facebook video, which is concerning to Fairley because he had to give his name and address before he was able to speak.
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