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The Banishment of Little Black Sambo Literature is an exceptional way to give a point of view to tell a story or to entertain However some people believe that certain works reflect poorly on society so they demand that these pieces be banned from civilization Writings such as The Catcher in the Rye were restricted from schools due to vulgar and offensive content and were deemed unfit for the eyes of an adolescent Many books have been are prohibited to be printed due to harmful or distasteful content Even classic childrens books such as The Story of Little Black Sambo which was suppressed in 1950s due to alleged racism They story was not disputed by any organization but instead by individual citizens Imagine if this book was hot off the press and arguments were just rising Who would be arguing against it and who would be arguing for it The Story of Little Black Sambo is a piece that tells of a little boys heroic act The tale starts out with the introduction of Little Black Sambo his mother Black Mumbo and his father Black Jumbo Each of his parents gives him various articles of clothing Little Black Sambo is very proud of his new clothes so he goes for a walk in the Jungle He then came across a tiger that claims he is going to eat the helpless little boy Intelligently Little Black Sambo offered the lion his fancy new coat The child then proceeds on his walk and its not long before he comes across another tiger claiming the same thing as the one before He gives the tiger another piece of clothing and continues Pretty soon he has encounter so many tigers that all of his new clothes are gone On his way home Little Black Sambo heard the tigers fitting about whose clothes were better The boy watched as the tigers fought themselves into frenzy and eventually
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