As controversy continues to swirl around the removal of Confederate history, a prominent cafe in Georgia draws attention at the refusal to remove a carving of the old Georgia state flag that bears a Confederate Army emblem. Even after a fire, the restaurant still chose to display it, simply moving the artwork to the back of the restaurant where it is not so easily seen. Although there have been numerous cries from the community to remove it, the owner defends its place, calling upon nostalgia that is so often heard in this debate, of glory days in the past that these flags that bring a smile to the white privileged few.
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