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Six Flags brings down Confederate flags

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The Confederate flag is no longer flying at Six Flags.

The owner of 20 North American amusement parks removed the Confederate flag from three parks that were still flying it. Two were in Texas and one was in Georgia.

"We're just choosing to display symbols that everyone can support, that being the American flag," Six Flags spokeswoman Sandra Daniels told CNNMoney. "We're flying all American flags."

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