Roundtable: Disney Rethinks 'Frog Princess' The blogosphere is buzzing about coded racism. What is it? And why is it happening in the workplace? Plus, Disney rethinks its first black animated heroine amid accusations of racism. On today's bloggers roundtable, NPR's Tony Cox talks with Jay Anderson, Desmond Burton, and Aimee Laramore.
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Roundtable: Disney Rethinks 'Frog Princess'

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Roundtable: Disney Rethinks 'Frog Princess'

Roundtable: Disney Rethinks 'Frog Princess'

Roundtable: Disney Rethinks 'Frog Princess'

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The blogosphere is buzzing about coded racism. What is it? And why is it happening in the workplace?

Plus, Disney rethinks its first black animated heroine amid accusations of racism.

On today's bloggers roundtable, NPR's Tony Cox talks with Jay Anderson of Average Bro, Desmond Burton of Afronerd, and Aimee Laramore of A Work in Progress and Political Season.