Students Confused To See “CONTROVERSIAL” American Flag Flown By Cuban Protestors

Cuban protestors have been seen flying the American flag as a symbol of freedom and democracy over the past couple of days. But do young Americans think the flag represents the same thing?

Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson talked with students in front of the United States Capitol about the American flag and what it means to them.

“Shame,” one student said. “I felt like if I had the American flag and was associated with the American identity, I would be associated with a lot of bigotry, racism and sexism.”

Another student said, “It’s a symbol of hurt.”

While Cubans use the American flag as an example of freedom, a growing number of young Americans view our flag with shame and hurt.

It doesn’t help when athletes like Gwen Berry turn her back on the flag or pro athletes kneel during the National Anthem in front of the flag. We’re raising a generation to hate the key symbol that represents our freedom. Sadly, some are even ready to redesign it for an updated, “modern” look.

But don’t take our word for it. Watch for yourself and recognize the growing concern of our next generation’s views regarding the American flag with the latest video from Campus Reform.


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