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Controversial cover

Last week, the Sackville Tribune-Post published a cover photo of a woman dressed up as Aunt Jemima, an image that's considered to be derogatory to black people.
The cover has drawn complaints from some saying it's offensive. Jonna speaks with the managing editor of the Tribune-Post Scott Doherty and gets some reaction from El Jones, an activist and Halifax Poet Laureate.

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