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Trumps signs executive order to protect monuments, statues
The best way to respond to our history of racism? A Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Aunt Jemima image to be removed and brand will be renamed, Quaker Oats announces
Amid calls for racial equality, people question why 'beauty means white skin'
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"It's meaningful to us": Cornell history professor on why Juneteenth endures
Juneteenth: A Day of Joy and Pain-And Now National Action
Mrs. Butterworth's, Cream of Wheat join Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben's in changing brand amid racial protests
As Quaker Foods Rebrands Aunt Jemima, Is There Hidden Racism In America’s Kitchens?
Aunt Jemima brand to change name, remove image that Quaker says is 'based on a racial stereotype'
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