What will the removal of the Confederate flag mean for race relations in the U.S.?

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Early Thursday, the House of Representatives voted 94-20 to remove it, giving final approval to a bill that passed the Senate earlier in the week. With the flag coming down what does it mean for race relations in the U.S.? Senior writer from Newsweek, Polly Mendez, content director for rap radar, Brian 'B-Dot' Mille and associate professor from NYU, Michelle Mitchell stopped by PIX11 news to describe the significance of the removal of the flag.

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