The New York Post's decision to publish a blatantly racist cartoon comparing our commander in chief to a dead chimpanzee is absolutely unacceptable, especially given the historic racist stereotypes of African-Americans as being synonymous with monkeys.
Join me in demanding that the Editor-in-Chief and all those involved in the decision to print the image step down from their positions at the New York Post. In addition, we want the New York Post to print a full, and unequivocal apology. The Post needs to know that there is no room for this kind of insensitivity and divisiveness -- it distracts us from the real work that we need to do to foster an era of change, collaboration, and acceptance of all people.
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