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By Matthew Wright For Dailymail. A Georgia teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave after she posted a controversial assignment involving the Confederate flag that claimed that it was a 'white trash' pickup truck sticker. Melissa Fuller shared a grabbed of the Hephzibah High School assignment Monday after her daughter voiced concerns over the 'offensive' message. Next to the flag, a statement read: 'A sticker you put on the back of your pickup truck to announce that you intend to marry your sister. The Georgia mother shared that her daughter received in-school suspension after wearing a belt buckle with the flag on it. The student had been told to remove the buckle. The Confederate flag has a longstanding racist history tied to Southern secession from the Union over state right's involving the enslavement of African peoples.
Teacher placed on paid leave after sharing a controversial assignment with the Confederate flag
They are a combination of files collected by the Library and a ready reference collection of duplicate flag officer files formerly housed in the Archives Branch of the Naval History and Heritage Command. These files have been accumulated since the early 20th century by the Navy Department Library to provide historical information to US Navy personnel and other researchers, both official and unofficial. The files are particularly noted for biographical coverage of senior U. Navy officers who served during the Second World War and the Cold War-era, though their contents range from the Interwar period through the War on Terrorism. For biographical information from the late 18th through the early 20th centuries, see the Navy Department Library's ZB files and Officers of the Continental and U.
In Georgia, Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus won only honorable mentions. The winner was tiny Blue Ridge in mountainous north Georgia. From Thrillist:. With one of the highest concentrations of same-sex households in the state, tiny Blue Ridge has its own PFLAG chapter, an Independence Day parade complete with a marching band in drag, and a handful of churches that buck Bible Belt orthodoxy by embracing faithful of all orientations and gender identities.