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Top 10 Insanely Racist Moments In Disney Movies That You Totally Forgot About

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Top 10 Insanely Racist Moments In Disney Movies That You Totally Forgot About
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Looking back, these Disney scenes were pretty racist. From Fantasia to The Aristocats to Peter Pan, even wholesome Mouse House movies aren’t completely free of racism, casual or otherwise. WatchMojo counts down the top racist moments in disney movies that you totally forgot about.

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#10. Sunflower
#9. Japanese Soldier Caricatures
#8. Conveyor Belt Mammy Doll
#7. King Louie
#6. “Arabian Nights”
#5. Native American Stereotypes
#4. “We Are Siamese (If You Please)”
#3, #2, #1???

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5 thoughts on “Top 10 Insanely Racist Moments In Disney Movies That You Totally Forgot About

  1. Am I the only one who did not see the crows as racist stereotypes?

    I mean the entire movie is about a baby elephant overcoming prejudicial views because of his disability. And not letting said disability define him. Just as the crows did not let their color define them.

  2. Ya know. I always thought that Disney should just own up to it and release “Song of the South” with a pre-film PSA addressing the problematic aspects of the film. (Hell. Get a prominent black celebrity like Whoopi or Oprah to do it…) The more they hide it away, the more of an issue it becomes, IMO.
    I’ve seen the film, and aside from the animated segments, its pretty boring. The most disturbing thing is that the freed slaves are just kind of THERE without any real context, and they seem to be a bit too content with the situation… 😕😕

  3. How did we not notice these the first time around? Simple, because being culturally insensitive and being racist used to be two different things. Still are, just people are stupider, and don’t understand nuance, context, or the use of stereotypes for storytelling.
    It’s weird how Uncle Remus and the Crows are presented as the wisest beings in their movies, but are considered racist for using stereotypical markers with the characters. People, there isn’t a story told that doesn’t have offensively stereotypical characters. (Yes, that includes white people too)

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