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Colour me woke

26 May 2020

5:00 AM

26 May 2020

5:00 AM

Crayola has launched a new range of crayons to represent 40 different skin tones and reflect ‘the full spectrum of human complexions’. 

No doubt, during COVID-19, some bright Crayola spark working from home in their pyjamas has brushed up on what they think the company needs to ensure its survival beyond the pandemic in our politically correct world. 

The range is being sold exclusively in the USA and contains a variety of light to dark shades for children to choose from. 

Crayola’s Chief Executive undoubtedly had a lot of time to work on the politically correct and acceptable global lines before announcing the range’s release. 

Just imagine the endless workshopping...

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