The death of George Floyd has sparked all sorts of movements and change. Rallies ranging from peaceful to protest have been headlining the news, reaching all corners of our country. As we move through this part of our history as Americans, WESR will present a series of differing opinions from members of our Eastern Shore community. This week, Kelley visited with Lowell G. Wallace, Sr., current commander of camp 2189, honorary historical society of Sons of Confederate veterans who shared his perspective on current events dividing our communities.

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