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Flags in The News
Disney still raises flags despite coronavirus shutdown
-Fox 13

Walt Disney World Resort president Josh D’Amaro shared what the company called #DisneyMagicMoments on his Instagram account Wednesday.
Walt Disney World Resort president Josh D’Amaro shared what the company called #DisneyMagicMoments on his Instagram account Wednesday.

"The music is silent. The paths are empty. The gates are closed to guests. But despite the shutdown of Walt Disney World and Disneyland because of COVID-19, the flags are still flying at one Disney property." (Read More)

Posted April 2, 2020


Flags in The News
Local woman places red bows, flags as symbols of hope during COVID-19 pandemic
-Fox San Antonio

American flags and red bows on trees / Photo coutesry of delia A. Guajardo
American flags and red bows displayed on trees / Photo courtesy of Delia A. Guajardo

"A local woman is placing red bows and American flags on trees as a sign of unity and hope. It's a trend Delia A. Guajardo, says she hopes will catch on across the city." (Read More)

Posted April 2, 2020


Flags in The News
Freedom on display with 1,000 U.S. flags flying in Perry
-Canton Rep

Hundreds of U.S. flags were positioned to spell OHIO Sunday morning on the west side of Richville Park in Perry Township (Photo courtesy of Daryl Smith)

"About 1,000 U.S. flags were posted Sunday at Richville Park by Operation: Flags of Freedom organizers and local volunteers coming out to lend a hand." (Read More)

Posted March 23, 2020


Flags in The News
Americans Across Country Embrace Patriotism During Coronavirus: ‘Put the Flag Up’
-Breitbart

Flags flying on houses / Getty Images
Flags flying on houses / Getty Images

"Many Americans across the country are turning to patriotism to find hope during the coronavirus outbreak." (Read More)

Posted March 23, 2020


Flags in The News
Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue lit with flags of countries affected by coronavirus
-Press Release

The Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil was lit up Wednesday during a special mass. Wagner Meier/Getty Images
The Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil was lit up Wednesday during a special mass. Wagner Meier/Getty Images

"Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue was lit up with flags and messages of hope on Wednesday in solidarity with countries affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic. The statue, which overlooks the city of Rio de Janeiro, was lit up with the flags of countries that have reported cases of the virus." (Read More)

Posted March 20, 2020


Flags in The News
Quarantine Flags for Homes
-Press Release

Quarantine Flags made by FlagandBanner.com
Quarantine Flags made by FlagandBanner.com

"Self-quarantining is rising nationally. Originally for maritime use, the Quarantine Flag, also known as the Q International Signal Flag, has historically been used on boats to warn of infectious diseases. In modern times, the L International Signal Flag has replaced the Q flag. These flags can also be used on land during emergency situations. FlagandBanner.com has quarantine flags allowing you to alert your neighbors that you are self-quarantining." (Read More)

Posted March 13, 2020


Flags in The News
Bernie Sanders says he never expected to see a Nazi flag waved at a major political rally
-CNN

Photo by Orlando Garrido
A protester waves a Nazi flag at a Bernie Sanders rally. (Photo by Orlando Garrido)

"Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday that he "never expected in (his) life as an American" to see a Nazi flag waved at a major political rally, several days after a man unfurled one during a speech the Democratic presidential candidate gave at an event in Arizona." (Read More)

Posted March 9, 2020


Flags in The News
Top Marine Orders Confederate Paraphernalia to Be Removed from All Bases
-Military.com

(Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)
H.K. Edgerton, right, gets a hug from a man in front of the South Carolina state house grounds on July 10, 2015 in Columbia, South Carolina. Since the early sixties and until today the Confederate battle flag had flown on the capitol grounds. The flag debate was reignited following the mass murder at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, that June. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)

"As states continue to grapple with the passionate debate over whether to display statues and other tributes to Confederate leaders, Marines have been told the materials won't be tolerated on any of the Corps' installations." (Read More)

Posted February 28, 2020


Kerry McCoy in The News
North Georgia Celebration Night
-Press Release

North Georgia Celebration Night FFA Alumni Poster
North Georgia Celebration Night FFA Alumni Poster

"The Gordon Lee High School FFA Alumni would like to announce an exciting event to take place during National FFA Week that happens February 22-29, 2020. To wrap up the week’s festivities, there will be a Celebration Night for Agriculture and young people interested in the many opportunities that this industry offers." (Read More)

Posted February 27, 2020


Flags In The News
Native leaders urge senators to recognize their flags
-Norfolk Daily News

State Sen. Tom Brewer introduced legislation to require the display of the four Nebraska tribal flags representing the Santee Sioux (from left), Omaha, Ponca and Winnebago tribes in the legislative chamber (GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star file photo)
State Sen. Tom Brewer introduced legislation to require the display of the four Nebraska tribal flags representing the Santee Sioux (from left), Omaha, Ponca and Winnebago tribes in the legislative chamber (GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star file photo)

"Native representatives told state senators Tuesday that placement of tribal flags in the state Capitol's legislative chamber would recognize tribes' historical role and significance in the history of Nebraska. " (Read More)

Posted February 27, 2020


Our Flags Used In The News
Presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar visits North Little Rock
-KARK 4

Klobuchar standing in front flags sold by FlagandBanner.com (KARK 4))
Klobuchar standing in front flags sold by FlagandBanner.com (KARK 4)

"Democratic Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar made a stop in North Little Rock at the Maumelle Event Center Sunday afternoon. She spoke before a crowd of about 1,100 people." (Read More)

Posted February 24, 2020


Flags In The News
Harrisburg High School celebrating diversity with flag project
-Keloland

World flags hanging at Harrisburg High School (Kelo)
World flags hanging at Harrisburg High School (Kelo)

"Harrisburg High School is celebrating students with international backgrounds through a new flag project. The school has 28 students with connections to countries all over the globe." (Read More)

Posted February 13, 2020


Flags In The News
Utah lawmaker taking another stab at updating the state flag
-The Salt Lake Tribune


(Steve Griffin | Tribune file photo) In this July 24, 2017, photo, the Utah state flag waves in the morning sun at the start of the Days of '47 Parade in Salt Lake City. A Utah state lawmaker is leading an effort to redesign the flag.
(Steve Griffin | Tribune file photo) In this July 24, 2017, photo, the Utah state flag waves in the morning sun at the start of the Days of '47 Parade in Salt Lake City. A Utah state lawmaker is leading an effort to redesign the flag.

"A Utah lawmaker is renewing his push to update the state flag, with the goal of establishing a design that evokes the same pride and ownership among residents as flags in states like Colorado, Arizona and California." (Read More)

Posted February 6, 2020


Dreamland Ballroom News
The Dreamland Ballroom tells the history of this once-thriving African American business district
- THV 11

Executive Director of Friends of Dreamland, Matthew McCoy, with THV 11's Ashley King in the Dreamland Ballroom / THV 11
Executive Director of Friends of Dreamland, Matthew McCoy, with THV 11's Ashley King in the Dreamland Ballroom / THV 11

"Hundreds of thousands of people drive down Interstate 630 every day. But most never realize they're passing a piece of cultural history. At the corner of 9th and State Street, just a few blocks from THV11, you'll find Taborian Hall and the Dreamland Ballroom. Built sometime between 1916 and 1918, the building was home to the Arkansas Chapter of the Knights and Daughters of the Tabor." (Read More)

Posted January 30, 2020


Flags In The News
Meet the 80yo flag raiser who never misses a day to fly the Aussie flag
-Australian Broadcast Company

PHOTO: David Floyd beats the sunrise each morning to raise the flag at the local park. (ABC Radio Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe)
PHOTO: David Floyd beats the sunrise each morning to raise the flag at the local park. (ABC Radio Brisbane: Jessica Hinchliffe)

"Every day for 17 years, rain, hail or shine, David Floyd makes his way to a local park to do an important job which he sees as a simple gesture." (Read More)

Posted January 28, 2020


Kerry McCoy in The News
Ahead of Arkansas Preservation Awards, Rep. Hill Recognizes Two Constituents for Their Efforts to Preserve History
-Congressman French Hill, US House of Representatives

French Hill speaking on the House floor
French Hill speaking on the House floor

"Ms. Kerry McCoy, who is being honored with the 2019 Special Recognition of Outstanding Stewardship from Preserve Arkansas, slowly and meticulously renovated Taborian Hall and its beautiful centerpiece, Dreamland Ballroom." (Watch the Video)

Posted January 20, 2020


Flags In The News
'Peace and inclusivity': Beulah residents take a stand against Nazi flag display
-The Standard

Beulah residents took a stand against hate on Saturday with a community barbecue. Picture: CONTRIBUTED
Beulah residents took a stand against hate on Saturday with a community barbecue. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

"THE Beulah community has banded together in a display of peace and inclusivity after a Nazi flag was displayed by one of the town's residents last week." (Read More)

Posted January 20, 2020


Flags In The News
Can sticking flags in sausages boost domestic consumption? Hungary thinks so
-euronews

A Hungary flag shows consumers where the sausage was made / Copyright MTI/Máthé Zoltán
A Hungary flag shows consumers where the sausage was made / Copyright MTI/Máthé Zoltán

"Hungary has come up with a new strategy to promote domestic meat consumption, essentially consisting of sticking flags in pork cuts. New legislation that entered into force on Wednesday stipulates all shops, markets, supermarkets and hypermarkets must now label their fresh pork meat with a flag indicating its country of origin." (Read More)

Posted January 17, 2020


Kerry McCoy in The News
Kerry McCoy of Friends of Dreamland Receives Outstanding Stewardship Award
-PR Web

Kerry McCoy in the Dreamland Ballroom / Photo William W. Combes
Kerry McCoy in the Dreamland Ballroom / Photo William W. Combes

"Kerry McCoy, President and owner of FlagandBanner.com, will be honored by Preserve Arkansas with a Special Award for Outstanding Stewardship on January 17, 2020, for her efforts to preserve the Taborian Hall and Dreamland Ballroom." (Read More)

Posted January 14, 2020


Flags In The News
Iran protests: Crowds in Tehran refuse to walk on U.S. and Israeli flags
-NBC News

Iranian protestors avoid walking on US and Israel flags / NBC News
Iranian protestors avoid walking on US and Israel flags / NBC News

"A week after millions of Iranians flooded the streets following the death of one of the country's top generals, Qassem Soleimani, a contrasting symbolic image played out in Tehran on Sunday. Crowds of people outside Beheshti University refused to trample over giant U.S. and Israeli flags that had been painted on the ground, according to video filmed at the scene that has been verified by NBC News." (Read More)

Posted January 14, 2020


Flags In The News
Civil War medical museum prepares to amputate Confederate flag from logo
-The Washington Post

Employee holding a medical saw / National Museum of Civil War Medicine Twitter
Employee holding a medical saw / National Museum of Civil War Medicine Twitter

"The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, a quirky and fascinating repository of battlefield medical artifacts including skull saws and rusty scalpels, is amputating the Confederate flag from its logo." (Read More)

Posted January 6, 2020


Flags In The News
Tokyo 2020: Why some people want the rising sun flag banned
-BBC News

Japan's Rising Sun Flag / Getty Images
Japan's Rising Sun Flag / Getty Images

"But what if a flag is so offensive to some countries it sparks a whole movement to get it banned? That is what's happening with Japan's rising sun flag and the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. And the strongest criticism is from South Korea - where some politicians even compare it to the Nazi swastika." (Read More)

Posted January 3, 2020


Flags In The News
'Trump 2020' flag sparks debate over resident's rights to fly political flags any time of the year
-FOX 10 Phoenix

A woman in Prescott Valley may inspire a change in city ordinance when it comes to flying political flags after she is threatened with hundreds of dollars in fines for not taking down a Trump 2020 flag.
A woman in Prescott Valley may inspire a change in city ordinance when it comes to flying political flags after she is threatened with hundreds of dollars in fines for not taking down a Trump 2020 flag. / Fox 10

"A Prescott Valley woman was told she has to take down her Trump flag, and it wasn’t her Home Owners Association telling her to do so, it's the city. In December, Tawney Baccellia was told she had to take down her 'Trump 2020' flag that’s flying in her backyard because it’s against city ordinance. She says she was told if she doesn’t take it down, she’d face hundreds of dollars in fines." (Read More)

Posted January 2, 2020


Flags In The News
The Puerto Rican Flag’s Evolving Colors Say a Lot About the Island’s Relationship with its Colonial Rulers
-Mother Jones

Casino developer Steve Wynn and his wife Andrea Hissom, make their way to the Senate Policy luncheon.Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call
Casino developer Steve Wynn and his wife Andrea Hissom, make their way to the Senate Policy luncheon.Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call

"There’s a running joke in Latinx circles about Puerto Ricans and their love for their flag. “How did you know I was Puerto Rican?” reads the caption on a popular meme accompanying a photo of a woman wearing Puerto Rican flags from head to toe." (Read More)

Posted January 2, 2020


 

 
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