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The Mixed-Race Milk Bite

Cross-posted at Brad’s Blog. Here are a few commercials for the new MilkBite™ from Kraft. They play on stereotypes about mixed-race individuals. Here is a transcription: You didn’t think, did you? You, uh, didn’t think what life was going to be like for me — mom, dad — for your son. Here is another commercial: Transcription: I just have a question. Your profile said you were milk.
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