Civil rights activist explains objection to Pottery Barn Asian-inspired Halloween costumes

Pottery Barn has reportedly apologized for Asian costumes some found offensive.

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Pottery barn has apologized for costumes featuring a sushi chef and a kimono. The was also a baby sushi costume.
Photo by (Image courtesy Pottery Barn)
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