Six children's books by the iconic US author have been pulled from publication due to imagery deemed racist by the company in charge of the late writer's legacy. Critics are saying it's "cancel culture" taken too far.
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A German professor at a university in Grenoble, France, has become the target of a hate campaign for not wanting to compare anti-Semitism with Islamophobia.
Some people say a "cancel culture" doesn't exist; for others, it is there and heralding the demise of free opinion. But DW's Ines Eisele feels that both sides should calm down a bit.
Sweden’s Astrid Lindgren Award is one of the highest awards for books for young people. It was awarded to the French fairytale master, Jean-Claude Mourlevat.
Due to negative depictions, Disney pulls old classics from kids' profiles on its streaming platform. Its latest film tries to do things differently.
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