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@Lliam I don't understand either why it's considered to be preferable to remove the African-American characters from the packages. I'm very curious to know what logo will be replacing those. Because if they are replaced by pictures of white people, that seems like it could be considered to be even more racist.
That's what I think, too, Flower7
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In their case I don’t think they’re changing it to be nice I think they are changing it for money motives just like the bs “Bandaid” company is doing trying to be inclusive. Other companies have bandaids in different skin tones it’s 2020
@lovedejj_xo I don't see it as racist. It is iconic and has been around for so long I don't see how this is fighting racism.
It really isn’t iconic just because it’s been around for so long doesn’t make it cool to keep it around. It’s not “fighting racism” but it’s a start to addressing stereotypical views of black people. Whether they did it for money purposes or not
Uncle Ben is an old black guy wearing a bowtie. What is racist about that?
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