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The Neo-Confederates - 2000-09-15

F0.png The Neo-Confederates September 15, 2000, Southern Poverty Law Center

The neo-Confederate movement includes a number of organizations that generally share the goals of preserving Confederate monuments, honoring the Confederate battle flag, and lauding what is judged to be "Southern" culture. Many have close ties to the white supremacist League of the South (LOS).

As the battle over removing the Confederate battle flag from atop the South Carolina Capitol heated up this year, leaders of relatively mainstream groups like the Heritage Preservation Association, the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy shared the podium with the likes of the LOS and the Council of Conservative Citizens — despite the latter groups' clearly expressed racism.

The political cross-pollination between these neo-Confederate organizations is also seen in the large number of cross-memberships among their leaders and activists.

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{{cite news | title = The Neo-Confederates | url = https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/intelligence-report/2000/neo-confederates | work = Southern Poverty Law Center | date = September 15, 2000 | accessdate = October 15, 2020 }}