‘Racist’ Confederate memorabilia store reopens in Georgia to cries of bigotry and hate

Some members of a small Georgia city have branded it a ‘racist’ blight on their downtown community.

Others insist it is merely cataloging a period of American history that should be understood and not erased.

One thing is for certain, however, and it that the reopening of a controversial Confederate memorabilia store ­– that displays explicitly disturbing racist ‘souvenirs’ – is once more dividing the city of Kennesaw, 26 miles from Atlanta.

Wildman’s Civil War Surplus opened its doors…

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