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Is there racism and sexism in 'Angry Birds'?

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Galen Ciscell, visiting assistant professor of sociology at Pacific Lutheran University, sure thinks so. Not only does he have the time to play the popular game Angry Birds, but he has the time to find issues of race and gender as well. It seems that in the "Star Wars" versions of the game, birds that represent white, male characters in the movies appear as yellow, red, or tan. But, gasp, black...

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