Dr. Seuss is loved throughout the world for his children’s books. But did you know that racism motivated his early cartoons? He frequently depicted people with African heritage as monkeys and Japanese as terrorists.
How are we to understand Dr. Seuss’s controversial life? Join Lindsey Paris-Lopez and Adam Ericksen as they discuss the complicated case of Dr. Seuss.
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