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Crayola “Flesh” resurrected (1949-1956, 1958-1962, 2016-?)

Crayola, the colour company, renamed this colour (to “Peach”) partly, as a result of the civil rights movement and “partly because employees”, according to spokesman Brad Drexler in January 1989, “were saying, ‘Look, the description of flesh really isn’t accurate.’” Why? Do you wonder does this make for a post from the 4×6? Last week, […]

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