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  • This day-long "International Yippie Pow-Wow" was loaded with deliberately theatrical events, like a Black Panther's hot breakfast at Aunt Jemima's Pancake House, not to mention a Women's-Liberation-inspired moment when the female Yippies were to have gathered in Fantasyland to liberate Minnie Mouse.

    Jim Hill: Yippie-Dee-Doo-Dah, Part 1: When the Yippies Invaded Disneyland

  • So, it's not surprising that my parents wouldn't allow me to play with Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben, or that my father threatened to lock me up in the kitchen if I so much as glanced in the Marlboro Man's direction.

    I, Betty Crocker

  • On the way, Aunt Jemima tells you how pancake mix is made from already cooked pancakes and the Michelin Man explains why he is white and the Jolly Green Giant lifts you high in the air and you can see the sparkling amusement park in Superlative Land and its promise of more fun than you have ever had.

    Superlative Land

  • There was no confusion that Aunt Jemima was a racial stereotype when a similar cartoon was published (and later apologized for) by The Plain Dealer in 1989.

    Deborah Plummer: No Confusion When It Comes to the "Isms"

  • They can editorialize all they want about Ms. Turner's position on Issue 6, but there should be no confusion that Aunt Jemima is a derogatory, demeaning label of racism and sexism.

    Deborah Plummer: No Confusion When It Comes to the "Isms"

  • PepsiCo bought the Quaker Oats Co. for $13.8 billion in 2001, a deal that also brought it the Gatorade sports-drink brand and Aunt Jemima.

    PepsiCo Aims to Stir Up Quaker Oatmeal Business

  • ROESER: No, they didn't, because Aunt Jemima was a fictional character.

    Blood Sugar

  • And Tom Roeser, a former vice president of the Quaker Oats Company, entered the No Spin Zone with an amazing tale centered upon the pancake icon Aunt Jemima.

    Blood Sugar

  • Jesse Jackson says he has a problem with Aunt Jemima.

    Blood Sugar

  • And by the time Jesse Jackson approached, Aunt Jemima had already been modified to represent a kind of suburban, upscale African American woman.

    Blood Sugar

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