The BBC reports that the U.S. Association for Library Service to Children voted unanimously over the weekend to remove author Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name from a children’s book award, renaming it the Children’s Literature Legacy award. The association could no longer overlook the very problematic “anti-Native and anti-Black sentiments in her work.”

President Trump actually made a very good point when talking about Confederate monuments coming down in the middle of the night. Where does it end? Is Thomas Jefferson canceled because he owned slaves? We still don’t know about Jefferson, but we’d never imagined that the author of the “Little House on the Prairie” series of books would be disappeared like this.

It was a different time … kind of like how 2001 was a different time and Justin Trudeau had no idea blackface wasn’t cool anymore.

Well, they’re wrong to love her. And the books, which as far as we know will stay on most school bookshelves. For now.

According to the BBC, the association “had received complaints for years” over the books.

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