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Spain: Conguitos Racist Logos in Question

On Maneno, a blogging platform dedicated to meet the needs of sub Saharan Africa bloggers, schauzeri wonders why Conguitos, a renown sweets company in Spain,  retained their current logos despite the offensive undertones for Africans [article also available in spanish]. According to schauzeri, The offensive logos, which have been in circulation since 1960′s,  do not seem to be perceived as  a problem in Spain.

  • Antonio

    When the hell were the Conguitos a problem? Nobody EVER complaint about them. Would I complain about an African product making childish fun of white people? I am adult, like mock and being mocked, and I am not so stupid. The polliticaly correct inquisition is the nazism of XXI century.

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