Carlton W. Reeves


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The simple fact is that what turned these children into criminal defendants was their joint decision to act on racial hatred. It should go without saying that the emblem has been used time and time again in the Deep South, especially in Mississippi, to express opposition to racial equality. Persons who have engaged in racial oppression have draped themselves in that banner while carrying out their mission to intimidate or do harm. It is difficult to imagine how a symbol borne of the South's intention to maintain slavery can unite Mississippians in the 21st
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Sep 10 2017 Slavery
Carlton W. Reeves has been quoted 5 times in 4 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Carlton W. Reeves’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Carlton W. Reeves speaks about are Mississippi and Obergefell, for example. Most recently, Carlton W. Reeves was quoted in the article Supreme Court asked to consider Mississippi’s use of Confederate image saying, “Moore needs to identify that part of the Constitution which guarantees a legal right to be free from anxiety at state displays of historical racism. There is none.”.
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