Watch These Kids Give Adults a Lesson About Racism They Won't Forget

Remember that Cheerios ad that everyone freaked out about because it showcased a biracial couple being wholeheartedly awesome? Although some viewers thought it was harmless, many were offended by the ad because it reminded them that black people exist. This "outrage" then lead to more outrage about the outrage and everyone on the internet was basically in a very bad mood that day. What would have happened if children were the ones who were making the bulk of the commentary about the Cheerios advertisement? What would they say? Well the The Fine Bros were dying to know, and what they found was utterly faith-restoring. 


Can I adopt all of them, build a spaceship, and create our own little planet called Equality? Something tells me that with these great minds, anything is possible.

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Elizabeth Plank

Elizabeth is a Senior Correspondent at Mic and the host of Flip the Script.

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