Cease approving the sale of the Confederate flag at the Wayne County Fair, Ohio

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Crystal Forbes
4 years ago
Wayne county is better than the hate represented by those flags.

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Jill Baird
4 years ago
I signing because even though I believe in freedom of speech, the fair is no place for this symbol of hate.

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Yumane Mosley
4 years ago
I support peace and love NOT HATE!

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Candy Jenkins
4 years ago
I am signing this because I am entitled to believe in the history of our flags. And yes I said flags because we have many flags in history!

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Amy Moore-Ramirez
4 years ago
It is a gross injustice to use the constitution as a means to justify oppression at this level. The Wayne County Fair Board has both the legal and ethical obligation to practice justice and equality for all people. This is a blatant disregard for a movement that has equal protection under the law. If the board for the Wayne County Fair is inept and unable to utilize their judgment in a manner of equality, then it is time for a change in board members. This exact action being taken by the Wayne County Fair Board is the very distinct reason that the #blacklivesmatter movement is necessary to exist.

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Julie Rome
4 years ago
I grew up in Wooster and am appalled that this would be permitted. This is not acceptable.

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Carol McKiernan
4 years ago
I agreed that the flag is offensive and should not be sold.

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Sally Cooper
4 years ago
This flag is offensive to some people and should not be flown at the fair or any public space.

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Linda Pratt
4 years ago
Previously of Wooster.

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Rufus Thompson
4 years ago
This particular issue goes beyond racial and ethnic boundaries and appeals to our sense of personal pride in our own places of worship and living.