A Closet Full of Bad Decisions: Why H&M’s Misstep Is More Than a Poor Marketing Choice

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Maybe we should’ve added “racist marketing at the expense of African Americans” to our list of things to leave in 2017, because H&M kicked off the new year by inciting mass rage Sunday, when an image on its website featured an African-American child model in a sweatshirt labeled “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle.”

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