Many were stunned by the Seuss Estate’s decision, which was announced Tuesday to coincide with Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Seuss Enterprises said it decided to terminate all six titles last year after consulting a panel of experts, including educators, to review the catalog.
Geisel, who died in 1991, is best known for quirky picture books such as “Green Eggs and Ham” and “The Cat in the Hat”, and works with ethics and morals to treat others with integrity. Kindness and care for the world, such as “Horton Hears Who!” And “The Lorax”
The scholar noted racism in wartime political cartoons, in which he later apologized sincerely saying it was the result of others noting that there was too much anti-Semitism in Cartoons and commercials he wrote before and during his career as a children̵7;s book writer.
His fact-checking on picture books began to gain momentum lately in his 2017 book, “Are Cats in a Black Hat ?: The Hidden Racism of Children’s Literature and The Craving for Books.” Variety “ Kansas State University professor Mr. Nail discusses the 2019 case where beloved characters are rooted in black comedy, an academic journal dedicated to the study of diversity in children’s literature, published: ” The Cat Is Out of the Bag: Orientalism, Anti-Blackness, and White Supremacy in Dr. Seuss’s Children’s Book, an essay on racism and prejudice in Dr. Seuss’s book
Author Katie Ishizuka and Ramón Stephens, Much of Dr. Seuss’s work is argued for racism or prejudice against blacks, Asians, Mexicans, Native Americans and Jews, as well as women and other groups. Seuss’s rejection of racial abuse in his entire printing career denies the real historical impact they have on people of color and how they continue to influence children’s cultures, education and perspectives. About people of color, “they wrote.