These Halloween Costumes Are Considered ‘Racist’ to This Raunchy Television Station [+video]

MTV released a video (below) on Oct. 21 telling people not to dress their children in certain Halloween costumes that the cable channel deemed “racist,” and, in the same video, mocked white people.

In the video, adults note the historical inaccuracies of the inexpensive “racist” costumes: “Little Amigo,” “China Boy” (which was manufactured in China), “Arabian Sultan,” “Little Geisha,” “Indian Brave,” “Indian Girl,” “Toddler Jade Harem,” “Gypsy Fortune Teller,” “Kid’s Mac Daddy Pimp,” and “Child Rasta.”

When the “Confederate Officer” costume comes up, one woman states, “Finally, a costume where white people are dressing like their own race, and somehow it’s more offensive.” (Read more from “These Halloween Costumes Are Considered ‘Racist’ to This Raunchy Television Station” HERE)

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