For many in the South – the white South – Lee was a hero and a rallying cry. For some, he was a symbol of regional pride. For others, he was an icon of resistance – first, to the occupying Union armies in the aftermath war, but later to attempts by the US federal government to impose desegregation and civil rights protections on recalcitrant Southern states.
"Smart company with perfect space. We know public service announcements better than anyone else and can handle every aspect of a public service campaign-from production to distribution, promotion, and reporting results. TV Access handles more distributions than any other provider"