Canada: “Tintin Book Back On Winnipeg Library Shelves, but in Adult Section”
From The Canadian Press:
The Winnipeg Public Library has put the children’s book, “Tintin in America,” back on its shelves but has moved it into the adult graphic novel section because of its stereotypical depictions of indigenous people.
The library had originally pulled the book off its shelves completely but after a review it was determined it should be put in the adult section.
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