Date set for ‘Flag­stock 2024’ hon­or­ing UNC fra­ter­ni­ty broth­ers who pro­tect­ed US flag

Date set for ‘Flagstock 2024’ honoring UNC fraternity brothers who protected US flag

The “rager” for the fra­ter­ni­ty broth­ers who pro­tect­ed the Amer­i­can flag dur­ing protests at the Uni­ver­si­ty of North Car­oli­na at Chapel Hill has a sched­uled date.
John Noo­nan explained that he and fel­low orga­niz­er Susan Ral­ston had estab­lished Pints for Patri­ots to orga­nize the par­ty, which is now sched­uled for Labor Day on Sept. 2. The new date comes about a month after Noonan’s fundrais­er brought in over $515,000 to throw the par­ty, which he start­ed to hon­or the fra­ter­ni­ty broth­ers at UNC for pro­tect­ing the Amer­i­can flag from pro-Pales­tin­ian pro­test­ers on cam­pus.
“These great young guys defend­ed our flag and cre­at­ed a uni­fy­ing nation­al cul­tur­al moment,” Noo­nan said in a state­ment on Mon­day. “Every­one in Amer­i­ca want­ed to thank these fine young patri­ots. On Labor Day, we will get to do just that.”