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In a series of controversial jack-o’-lanterns is one of New York’s community are demanding answers.
Bed Bath and Beyond have reportedly pulled the black jack-o’-lanterns from the website of a law firm based in the Nyack area that received any complaints from the local people, who are allegedly said to the decorative pumpkins called blackface.
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Ahead of its time, the black family has recently been shown to be on the steps of the Feerick, Nugent, MacCartney Law Offices on the South, Broadway on and off for less than 48 hours later due to the complaints, News 12 reports.
“We have to understand is that someone is complaining about them, so when we got the word from which we immediately took it back to her,” Mary Marzolla, a partner at the firm, told the outlet. “We represent people of all colors and religions, and we would never do anything to anyone to all members of the community.”
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According to the New York Post, and the complaints of the family refers to the device as “a form of blackface.”
A picture of the Feerick, Nugent, MacCartney Law Offices on South Broadway in Nyack, New York.
The black jack-o’-lanterns, showed an “extreme lack of sensitivity,” NAACP Westchester regional director Wilbur Aldridge said, per the News the 12.
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A spokesman for Bed, Bath & Beyond, told Fox News that while it was unintentional, ” the company apologises for any offence caused. They have also confirmed that the items are only available at Bed, Bath, & Beyond site, and not sold in stores.
Marzolla and her co-worker, Alak Shah, are now wondering why the pumpkins will be sold by the municipality and the retailer does not attract the attention of the public in order to do so, News 12 reported.
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As of Wednesday afternoon, the black, the jack-o’-lanterns, it could not be found on the website of the manufacturer.