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Last week he gave a speech at the University of Florida in Gainesville where over 500 police officers worked to keep the peace.
That speech was his first since participating in the Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' rally.
Griffin told the Daily News Journal the demonstrations are intended to bring attention to the deadly shooting at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch.
The tragic incident left one dead and another six injured when 25-year-old Emanuel Kidega Samson, who moved to the United States from Sudan in 1996, opened fire during the end of the service police say.
Two Tennessee towns are preparing for upcoming White Lives Matter rally protests hosted by a group of white nationalist organizations that were part of deadly August 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Event organizers applied for permits to host back-to-back demonstrations on October 28 in Shelbyville and nearby Murfreesboro on October 28.
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That number does not include those who have immigrated to the region.
It's unclear if white nationalist Richard Spencer will be in attendance at the rallies in Tennessee.
Miller's successor as governor, Roy Barnes, responded to the increasing calls for a new state flag, and in 2001 hurried a replacement through the Georgia General Assembly. In a 2001 survey on state and provincial flags in North America conducted by the North American Vexillological Association, the redesigned Georgia flag was ranked the worst by a wide margin.
His new flag, designed by architect Cecil Alexander, sought a compromise, by featuring small versions of some (but not all) of Georgia's former flags, including the controversial 1956 flag, under the words "Georgia's History." Those flags are a thirteen-star U. flag of the "Betsy Ross" design; the first Georgia flag (before 1879); the 1920–1956 Georgia flag; the previous state flag (1956–2001); and the current fifty-star U. The group stated that the flag "violates all the principles of good flag design." In 2002, Sonny Perdue was elected Governor of Georgia, partially on a platform of allowing Georgians to choose their own flag in a state referendum.