Can marketing be racially insensitive?

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After the racially charged shooting in a South Carolina Church last week, many people including politicians are calling for the Confederate flag, a symbol of pre-Civil War America and a time of racial injustice, be taken down from the Capitol building in Charleston.

Throughout our history many "racist" symbols have been a part of everyday life, and are ven used to promote some of the products we used in our homes. Should the companies that make these products do away with old prejudice? Public relations expert and author Karen Taylor-Bass and co-founder and CEO of Brandfire, Adam Padilla talk more about this issue.

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