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Yo it's black history month and it got me thinking... why doesn't KyoAni have any black people in their shows??? fucking racist ass studios always sucking up to the white devils

They should put us black African kings and queens in their show. yo we finna boycott these racist pricks who wit me??
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>forgetting the nigger girl
>forgetting the nigger prince

You done goofed, boy.
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>1.5% of japan isn't ethnically japanese
>shows take place in japan
>surprisingly, about 1.5% of characters aren't ethnically japanese

Those racists.
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What a shitty bait thread.
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>>101469711
>surprisingly, about 1.5% of characters aren't ethnically japanese
>Implying any characters are ethnically Japanese
>Implying they aren't all Japanese speaking caucasians
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>>101469711
Clearly we must invade Japan and force them to be less racially homogeneous!
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>Hasn't seen K-On! movie
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>why doesn't KyoAni have any black people in their shows???

Because you haven't watched Tamako Market.
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http://archive.foolz.us/foolz/thread/1041011/#q1042646
/foolz/ pls stop bullying /a/!
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Americans and their diversity
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>>101471798
>americans
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>>101471863
You always see Americans talking about this, you see universities saying that they have diverse students and there are even rankings among American colleges.



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