So Your Neighbor Put Up an Offensive Flag—What Can You Do?

Tensions are running high across the nation in the wake of a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, where one protester was killed. Residents of Northern California and Tennessee are bracing for more rallies and protests this weekend, which will likely dominate the airwaves on TV news.  But what happens when that overt racism suddenly appears in your own building or community? Do upset neighbors or city officials have the right to demand that, say, the flag of Nazi Germany be removed? And can offensive displays affect local property values, or how long it takes to sell nearby homes?     Read the article…………….


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