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The holiday card has been replaced, and the organization apologized for its "unfortunate oversight."
"We want all residents, guests and visitors to feel welcome, safe and respected," the company said in a written statement.
The actress hopes white women "examine their complicity in the current administration" and the way that "white supremacist systems are being maintained."
These celebrities and public figures apologize for their behavior and will try to do better in the future. They appreciate you respecting their privacy at this time.
Students at Montpelier High School in Vermont raised Black Lives Matter flags in February. Their bravery may be inspiring a new movement in schools.
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