One flag, many feelings in Carroll

One flag, many feelings in Carroll

"It's heritage, it's not hate. I don't see it as racism or anything like that," said Brittany Snader, referring to the Confederate flag she flies on her Finksburg home and, on Thursday afternoon, wore on the back of her T-shirt. "It's just history. … We were just brought up with it through my mom and dad." Snader's neighbors, Jack Fitzwater and Suzanne King, also fly the Confederate flag from their porch. Snader's fiance, Jason Ruby, and Fitzwater carry the flag wherever they go in the form of tattoos on their arms. To all of them, the flag represents pride in family and in place, and its associations with racism and white...