A cartoon that portrays a young baby monkey and a baby cartoon character as being the offspring of two different races is being called a racist slur and an “intentional racist message” by a number of African-American leaders.
The cartoon, titled “Cabin Babies,” is set in the Disney animated series “Cabanabra” that was released in 2003.
The characters in the cartoon are a black and white version of African American characters.
It was made by Disney-Pixar, a division of Walt Disney Animation Studios.
The cartoons portray the characters as a black family, with the baby monkey being a member of the white family and the baby cartoon being a black member of a white family.
Disney has released an apology for the cartoon, which has been criticized by some African-Americans.
“The ‘Cable Car’ cartoon, as we know it today, was never meant to be a racist message.
It never should have been a racist cartoon in the first place.
But the cartoon was, and remains, racist in its depiction of two black African- American families,” said Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus.
Richmond, a former congressman from Virginia, said the cartoon’s message is that black people have inferiority complexes and are inferior to whites.
“It’s a very subtle, subtle message, and if you take the time to look at the content of the cartoon and take a look at its racist history, you realize that it’s racist.
It’s racist to the point that it is actually racist,” he said.”
We’re outraged that the cartoon has come to light.
We’re outraged and disappointed that it has come forward,” Richmond said.
The Cartoon Cartoon Company apologized to black Americans.
In a statement released on Monday, the cartoon company said it was unaware of the racist message until it was brought to our attention through a public relations representative.
The company said in a statement that it was aware of the “cabin baby” cartoons controversy when it was first brought to its attention and has removed the cartoon from its site.
The company said “CABANABRA” was a critical part of the franchise, which is part of Disney’s family of animated series, and was intended to be fun for kids.
“This cartoon was never intended to promote racial stereotypes or to make fun of people of color,” the company said.
Richmond said he has received numerous messages from African- Americans who say the cartoon is racist.””
Our cartoons and other content are intended for a wide variety of audiences, and we do not condone any form of racism.”
Richmond said he has received numerous messages from African- Americans who say the cartoon is racist.
“They said it is the most racist thing that they have seen,” Richmond told Newsweek.
“There’s so many things about this cartoon that make it so offensive that it just blows their minds.
I think there are a lot of African Americans that think this is so offensive to them that they think it’s wrong, and they think this will hurt their relationship with the black community.”
According to the African-american Civil Rights Movement, “the cartoon was originally a critical piece of the series’ success, and as it became more popular, the character became increasingly prominent in the series, even appearing in one episode.”
The group said the characters in “Cabela’s” series were all from African American families.”CAB-NAB-RAP,” a racial slur for African American people, is the official term for black people who have not yet been born.