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Two White Students in South Africa Suspended for Wearing Blackface They Claim Was 'Purpleface'

Two white students at South Africa’s Stellenbosch University have been suspended for appearing in what looks like blackface in a photo. Now, one of them claims the face paint was actually a dark purple hue. Read more...
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