Halloween store forced to put Native costumes back on shelves in Nebraska

According to the local store manager, according to the company’s office authorization, “Halloween headquarters”, “tribal queen”, “noble warrior” and other original costumes are back to the store shelves.

Last week, Kim Peters received dozens of original themes of clothing, headdress, mink and beads from Lincoln, Big Island and Papillion’s Spiritual Halloween Shops, received complaints from local communities that were disgusting, Ridicule culture.

Her quick action was praised by local Native American residents and shoppers.

But almost as fast as Peters, “Christmas Halloween” and “Spencer Gifts” in New Jersey’s corporate offices as well.

Mr. Peters said, “The president of the Holy Spirit calls my boss, and you know how things are going down …” Peters said he had been in the Lincoln store for 10 years.

“I have tried it,” she said, trying to permanently remove the local dress.

Peters said she must not only put the goods back on the shelves, but must take pictures before they can be sent to the company to prove that they have followed their requirements.

The company office really allowed her to pull out the “reservation” clothing, equipped with a short, low cut artificial leather dress and high boots.

Peters said that almost everything was back.

“I’m sorry, this whole event must happen, only 40 or 50 pieces of clothing,” Peters said, putting them on the shelf is not a big deal.

“I’m considering resigning at the end of the year.”

Leo Yankton, chairman of KZUM-FM’s “Drums” and “Local Voices”, expressed disappointment at the time of the incident.

“We need to solve and expose those despicable business leaders, rather than the dignity of American culture as the money to make money without worrying about making money.

Yankton said: “In the United States, money is more important than humans, this is a sad trend.

In the October 18 e-mail, the Spirit Halloween Company Office issued the following statement:

“Since 1983, in the Christmas Halloween, we have provided a wide range of balanced and balanced Halloween costumes, inspired by the celebration and appreciation of many cultures, believe in themes and literary figures, to understand some of the sensitivity, we always strive to The dress is presented in our respect for the sale of any culture or history of clothing to the views of our people for our choice of clothing for men, women, children and proud, we continue to provide this wide range of clothing, the future, while we keep us Diversified customer base commitment. ”

In addition, the company headquarters statement said it never instructed its store to remove the indigenous theme clothing from the shelves, “We have no plans to remove these garments.”

Spirit Halloween and Spencer Gifts are not the only Halloween shops offering local costumes.

Party There are several local themes of clothing – mainly adults. Colin Costello, a Lincoln’s casino manager for US stores, says he does not know about clothing complaints.

The goal to pull a clown mask, given the terrible clown events across the country, was considered inappropriate last week to provide two kinds of local subject clothing for adults on the online site.

A spokesman for Target’s office in Minneapolis said they did not receive any complaints but would investigate the problem.

Walmart offers a variety of local costumes for children and adults at Walmart.com.

In this era, the Americans should not be comfortable to buy ridicule another culture of clothing, but to say.

“These garments do not conform to our culture,” Yanko said.

With the Renaissance Renaissance, Viking, Pilgrims, Old Western Cowboys and Sharon Girls’ Costumes, depicting the past era, local costumes “imitation culture” are still very active, Yankton said.

Yankton said that some shops are willing to pull the horrible clown costumes, but still sell local clothes, “just exposed the truth.”

“There is a disruptive relationship between the aboriginal and the mainstream of the United States, which has been a tragic disagreement since the beginning of the country’s colonization,” Yankton said. “For us, do not be so important because it is sensitive to panic in the United States.”

He says dresses like “princess deer”, “long sword” and “pochahottie” – all dresses sold through the United States are black, and the costumes of the victims of the Holocaust.

“A lot of people think it’s a superficial career.However, it’s a part of a potential trend that needs to be changed so that bigger and more important questions let us take it seriously,” Yankton said.

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