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South Africans Protest at H&M Stores Following Accusations of Racism. Credit – Twitter/Adolph_89 via Storyful

South Africans Protest at H&M Stores Following Accusations of Racism. Credit – Twitter/Adolph_89 via Storyful1:06

Activists gathered outside a number of H&M stores in South Africa on Saturday, January 13, after the clothing chain became embroiled in a racism controversy. H&M’s use of a black child model for a hoodie with the phrase “coolest monkey in the jungle” attracted widespread criticism. The company withdrew the publicity image from its website and apologized. As seen in these videos, people gathered a the Clearwater Mall in Johannesburg to sing and chant in protest, blocking access to the store. According to a journalist at the scene, police arrived to “monitor the situation” after reports of violence and damage at other stores. Credit: Twitter/Adolph_89 via Storyful

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