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Ole Miss football players express support for moving school's Confederate statue

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Video posted to social media has Ole Miss players expressing support for school's decision to move a "symbol of slavery, racism, hate and oppression."
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News video: IHL gives OK for Ole Miss to move Confederate statue

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IHL gives OK for Ole Miss to move Confederate statue

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