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Helen Bannerman

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Picture Book Storytime Theater Presents: Little Black Sambo by Helen Bannerman Summary: A public domain story about a young boy and his encounter with tigers...

thatartistwin thatartistwin says:
Do people actually think of the childrens book LITTLE BLACK SAMBO as racist?
I remember the book as a kid and thought of it as an inspriational book that was entertaining. How do things become so out of proportion? To this day I wish I had a copy because it brings back memories of being a kid and thinking I could overcome...
iPodlord says:
It was thought to be racist! It was a banned book - because he was BLACK sambo... I loved it as a kid personally. I couldn't tell the difference... It's not considered racist anymore though - but...

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