A Special Public Radio Project

Aug 17, 2017

WNYC and WSHU want to know how a symbol that to some represents Southern pride and to others racism came to be embraced in Connecticut and on Long Island, far away from the Mason-Dixon line. 

In your travels around the state, have you seen a Confederate flag?

If you live in Connecticut or on Long Island and display the Confederate flag, tell us why you own one...and what it means to you.

This project isn't about outing anyone, it's about starting a conversation. Your participation will help us understand more about how people across the state see themselves in this complicated symbol.

Have you seen the flag?

Submit a location

 

Do you display the flag?

Tell us more