The purportedly racially-motivated killings at a South Carolina church have re-ignited the political controversy over the Confederate battle flag still flying above the state house grounds.
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Flag supporters say it is a symbol of Confederate and southern heritage while critics argued it is a relic of white supremacy.

In 2000, civil right activists got the flag removed from inside the South Carolina state house and from atop the capitol dome. However, the flag still flies on the capital grounds in Columbia, S.C.

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