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Woman Partakes In Social Media Challenge Involving Stepping On American Flag (Video)

| by Sean Kelly

A young woman posted a video online of her participating in a social media challenge to show support for a Georgia college student wanted by police, and the challenge — which involves stepping on the American flag — has garnered controversy nationwide.

Erica Walker posted a short video online (below) of her with a sign that read, “#EricSheppardChallenge,” stating that she was about to do the “Eric Sheppard challenge.”

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“F*** your flag!” Walker said as she walked and stomped on a flag that was lying on the ground. “America is upside down,” the person behind the camera said as Walker continued to protest.

Walker, according to reports, is a radio talk show host who works for an organization that empowers youth in the Atlanta area.

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The social media challenge began after Valdosta State University student Eric Sheppard went missing following the discovery of a gun in his unattended backpack on campus. Sheppard was one of a group of students who previously protested white supremacy on the school’s campus by walking on the American flag.

Watch Walker’s video below.

Sources: Campus Reform, Facebook

Photo Credit: Screen Capture Via YouTube