'VeggieTales' is 'Racist', California Professor Claims

What would we do without California?   Their moral barometer keeps us all in check.

Students  at  Cal State San Marcos' “Annual Whiteness Forum” have declared the  Christian children’s cartoon “VeggieTales” as “dangerous” and "racist"  because it supposedly promotes racial stereotypes by making all the  villains colored with accents.

Professor Dreama Moon’s class  “The Communication of Whiteness” called various things racist, including  the NFL, women who support Trump, and Veggie Tales, which has been  around since 1993.

Interestingly enough, Bob the Tomato and  Larry the Cucumber’s catchphrase is, “Remember kids, God made you  special and he loves you very much.”

Fox News reports:

A female student made the claim that by humanizing vegetables, the  creators of VeggieTales were using the children’s programming to promote  racial stereotypes by making the villains racial minorities.     

A female student made the claim that by humanizing vegetables, the  creators of VeggieTales were using the children’s programming to promote  racial stereotypes by making the villains racial minorities.

I  have an alternate theory: is it possible they made all the villains  into colored individuals with accents because colors are fun and so are  silly voices? 

Get over it, people.  If everything is racist, then nothing is racist.  

 

Here's a funny parody - don't watch if you're easily offended.  It's just comedy, people.  It can't hurt you.  

 
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