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Why is she “white face”? Hypocrites!
Still gonna buy it tho those pancakes taste good as hell
That stuff is awful to begin with... it’s crap.
So has it been pulled from shelves
I thought aunt jemima meant pan cake syrup must be a white thing lol
Did you know you only complain about race
White bread matter.
It may have started with less than honorable intentions 130 years ago, but in no way still embodies those beliefs. As a fat white man when I make pancakes, I look in the pantry and see my friend... MY Auntie, and know some great pancakes are minutes away!
Research your history and know it for what it is America has the foundation of systemic racism research truth
Food matters people! Get rid of it properly please! Put it in a ziplock or donate it to people that do not care whats on the packaging!
There’s some sad people about if this is true.
You are right.I am black.The first time I heard it my teenage kids was playing.I told them you play that mess again in my house where I pay the bills.You going to find you a place to sleep tonight.Then I set down and had long talk with my son and daughter about the disrespect they are singing about.If you get public and try some of this crap and some body tell me about it.You will be punished for a year.They knew I wasn't playing and ment it.
I never associated Aunt Jemima as it being racist.I just bought a box to fix my grandchildren pancakes for breakfast.I will continue to buy it.All this is getting to be to much.I came up through the sixties and nobody associated this product being racist.Now people want to holler about Gone With The Wind.I love that movie.It more of a love story than about slavery and a black maid.Why people are becoming do easily triggered about nonsense is beyond me.
I grew up loving aunt Jemima, I never looked at it as racial, she was like a sweet grandma to me! And I’m a white person, I think people need to change their hearts ,not all items whinny people want to call racist !
Being from Canada, i always thought it was some black ladies product with her face on it.
I like that pancake mix and syrup I’m still going to buy it no matter what it’s called
Maybe you should listen to the family of this lady , she loved her job and was very proud to be the face of this product very dedicated lady and family are devasted its being taken away. Should be ashamed wanting erase a proud ladies history!!
Why wasn't it a problem before?????????????