PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. — A Memorial Day display featuring dozens of crosses on a Hiram city lawn that was taken down after protests is going back up, according to WSB-TV.
The handmade crosses placed near a highway were meant to represent the 79 Paulding County residents who died in America’s wars.
But the city took them down earlier this week after someone called City Manager Barry Atkinson’s office and asked if all the fallen soldiers were Christians and if the crosses were an appropriate symbol.
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