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An Open Letter & Open Report / MLK Day In St. Augustine

January 24, 2020

MLK Day In St. Augustine

Dear Ms. Lunelle,

The attached Save Southern Heritage press release so accurately depicts the activities of Save Southern Heritage Members as we made our way through the streets of St. Augustine, Florida, on our planned Table of Brotherhood March in celebration and accurate depiction of what King's dream really was about, and the cherished meaning thereof.

As I stood on the bronze steps that depict the footsteps of Dr. King and Dr. Young, I could only imagine what went through their minds as they made their way past the Confederate soldiers Cenotaph. {"My beautiful monument, but it is not as beautiful as ours on the Capitol grounds in Atlanta"}!

Now with so called conceptualization plaques now planted around its base by the weak kneed city council based on a plan by another damn Yankee city council member on the Gainesville, Florida council, for the sole purpose of demeaning the nobility of character of the Confederate soldier in the integrated Confederate armed service whose character, courage and heroism has no parallel in the annals of human warfare.

And, while reading the garbage written on these plaques puts a very bad taste in my mouth, I would relish on the warm reception and voiced accolades from the many citizens and visitors who heaped praise upon us as we made our way. God bless you!

Your brother,

HK

Chairman, Board of Advisors Emeritus, Southern Legal Resource Center
Member, Save Southern Heritage Florida
Honorary Scot of Austin
Kentucky Colonel
A Loyal Southerner
Recipient, Mississippi Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, John L. Harris Award (Named in honor for a Black Confederate soldier, State Senator and former slave who gave the deciding vote to the issuance of funds for the Confederate soldiers Cenotaph)
Recipient, National Sons of Confederate Veterans, H.L. Henley Award
Recipient, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis Medal
Honorary Life Member, North Carolina, Tennessee & Georgia Orders of the Confederate Rose
President, Southern Heritage 411

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SAVE SOUTHERN HERITAGE PRESS RELEASE - KING DAY MARCH: CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER CHALLENGES COSA TO LEAVE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL ALONE