Newspapers across the country are pulling the “Dilbert” cartoon after a racial rant was broadcast by author and author Scott Adams.
Adams said on his book for him Coffee with Scott Adams Online video software that whites should “keep black people away from black people”, calling black people a “hate group”.
The Dilbert cartoon is a satire on office politics and has been around for more than three decades. It spawned a media empire that includes dozens of books, a video game, and Animated TV seriesand thousands of coffee cups and related goods. In 1997, Adams received the National Cartoonists Society’s Rubin Award, its highest honor.
Cleveland normal trader She posted a letter from the editor on Friday, stating that it was “not a difficult decision” to decipher the Adams cartoon. “We are not a home for racists,” the editor wrote. He added that Advance Media, its publisher, is taking similar steps at its other properties.
John Henner of MLive Media in Michigan echoed The Plain Dealer. “We will work quickly to find an alternative that entertains you and does not violate basic standards of morality and respect for others,” he wrote in an editorial.
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