NC woman removes neighbor’s Confederate flag sticker, replaces it with note

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MATTHEWS, N.C. — A North Carolina woman said she is taking a stand against a neighbor over the Confederate flag.

Alexa Rice told WCNC that she was riding her bike home from work when she noticed a truck in her neighborhood that had a Confederate flag sticker on its window.

After going home, Rice thought about how angry she was and decided to go back and remove the sticker.

Rice recorded herself taking the sticker off of the truck and replacing it with a note that said:

“The Confederate flag is inherently racist. Under this flag, the South fought to defend slavery. This version of the flag was reinstated in the segregation era, again to defend racism. I don’t care if it’s your “heritage,” racism is nothing to be proud of. “

The note Rice placed on the car has since been removed. WCNC went door-to-door to try to find the owner of the truck, but no one was available for comment.

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