The student senate last week voted 33 to 15 to take down the flag.
As the PBS film celebrates its 25th anniversary, how does America look back at the Confederacy?
Confederate Memorial Day and Robert E. Lee's Birthday now just called "state holidays."
At least five were arrested during demonstrations by white-supremacist and African-American groups.
Should they sympathize with the Confederacy because it resisted the federal government? Or celebrate the emancipation of the slaves?
The Klan affiliate is urging supporters: "If you're white and proud, join the crowd."
Conservatives are stuck not saying what they believe for fear of people understanding their bitter prejudices.
The gunman who allegedly killed nine people in Charleston last month posed in photographs with the Confederate flag.
The golf star said he made the decision because "all men are created equal."
Authorities worked to replace the flag quickly.
A hundred fifty years after the end of the Civil War, the Confederacy is on the run.
Parks will still allow the sale of books and educational materials that depict the flag in historical context.
A Civil War descendant speaks out on the battle flag: "It should be put in its proper place."
Legislators on Tuesday took their first steps toward removing the flag.
The decision came in the wake of the fatal Charleston shooting last week.
Angry crowds marched on the Statehouse to demand the flag be taken down on Saturday.
A 15-year-old compromise in a decades-long fight makes moving the flag a daunting legislative task.
Historian calls out the state on Twitter for honoring the flag after a suspected hate crime.
Suspect charged after allegedly hanging a noose on a statue of the university's first black enrollee.