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Protesters Trash H&M Shops in South Africa Following Racist Ad

South African activists have trashed a number of H&M stores in response to a recent row over a “racist” hoodie sold by the high street retailer.

However, according to a spokesperson for The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), “the time of apologies for racism are over; there must be consequences to anti-black racism, period!" Although the model’s mother found no issue with the sweatshirt slogan, the EFF fought back against the racism.
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The EFF protesters targeted six H&M stores in South Africa and trashed them. According to Reuters, the protestors took to the Gauteng province to launch their attack on the company. Several photos surfaced of the ransacked establishments and have since gone viral.

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