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Cheerios: Racist Or Revolutionary?

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12:44 PM | 22 July 2013

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Novina takes a look at the recent racism and controversy brought about by this sweet Cheerios advert.

It is true that as generations passed, people have grown to become more open-minded and are now more able to accept one another regardless of race and religion. Every race has their own unique cultures and traditions, these are the things that make the world more interesting. How boring would it be if we were to travel from one place to another, only to find that our holiday destination is more or less like our home?

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