"This is blackface. How do you think this is OK?"
"Of course it has to do with racism, it's an obvious reason."
“Cute picture,” the since-deleted Facebook comment read, “should be on the cover of Camels are us.
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She first shared an image of the shoes back in August 2018.
"We are turning this incident into a powerful learning moment."