Thursday, May 25, 2017

Kansas City, Kansas Memorial Weekend Flags Offer Tribute To Terror War

Powerful symbolism in this endless fight that now dominates the global discourse . . . Take a look:

8,000 flags fly in KCK in memory of the lives lost in war on terrorism

KANSAS CITY, Kan. --Volunteers in Kansas City, Kan., spent Thursday morning putting up 8,000 flags for Memorial Day to honor the fallen in the fight against terror. FOX 4's Rob Collins stopped by State Avenue near I-435 to speak with volunteers. "We hope that people will stop by, remember.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

I thought flying the flag was offensive and illegal since there was actually slavery here for over 100 years. Surely we will all be wearing the BLM sysmbol this time next year.