Kellogg├óΓé¼Γäós To Change Corn Pops Box After Being Accused Of ‘Teaching Kids Racism’


Kellogg’s has apologized and corrected its cereal box design after it was called out for “teaching kids racism.”

This week, author Saladin Ahmed noticed a concerning aspect of the Corn Pops illustration while having breakfast with his son.

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The writer noted on Twitter:

Ahmed followed up by acknowledging that even the tiniest detail can make a big difference:

The company almost immediately responded by offering an apology and a solution:

Spokesman Kris Charles also said in a statement:

“We take feedback very seriously, and it was never our intention to offend anyone. We apologize sincerely.”

This is an amazing example of how one voice CAN make a difference — so never be afraid to call out injustice wherever you see it, bbs!

[Image via Twitter.]

Oct 26, 2017 12:31pm PDT

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