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Great-Grandson and Families of “Aunt Jemima” Against Re-Branding, Calling it Great “Injustice”


Cancel culture has resulted in the rebranding of the iconic pancake syrup: Aunt Jemima.

While far left social justice warriors may be happy that the pancake syrup is rebranding, the families of "Aunt Jemima" herself are not happy.

In fact, the great-grandson of "Aunt Jemima" called the rebranding a great "injustice."

These comments come from Larnell Evans Sr., whose great grandmother, Anna Short Harrington, replaced the original Aunt Jemima, Nancy Green.

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Larnell Evans Sr. claims that his great grandmother continued to serve all those people… AFTER slavery. According to him, she took great pride in her job.

Evans is offended and devastated that the company is trying to "erase" his family's history.

But it's not just Evans…

There are multiple women who have portrayed Aunt Jemima, and multiple reports suggest that their families are equally upset about the rebranding.

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