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'Insecure,' LeBron James among recipients of 2020 AAFCA TV Honors
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However, the controversy isn’t expected to cause Trader Joe's lasting damage. We invited readers to share their feelings, and responses poured in. More than 80 of the 100-plus who responded said the labels would not change their feelings about TJ's.
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If shoppers embrace a brand because it resonates with them emotionally, a difference of opinion can feel like a betrayal. A former TJ's shopper used to decide where she’d live based in part on how close it was to a TJ's location. But the chain’s stances did not sit well with her
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After news of the petition broke, Trader Joe’s released a statement saying it had actually decided several years ago to start phasing out the product labels. But days later, TJ’s issued a second statement, this time saying, “We disagree that any of these labels are racist.”
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Last month, a petition called on Trader Joe’s to change the packaging on some food items — instead of being branded under the usual Trader Joe’s name, some Mexican-style products are labeled “Trader José's,” and some Chinese-style foods, “Trader Ming’s.”
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Trader Joe’s has built a following that other brands might only dream of. It has a podcast and an old-timey newsletter. Fans rave about its groceries. But it's becoming increasingly clear that Trader Joe’s can't please everyone anymore.
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"At a time when Americans are reassessing so many painful aspects of our nation’s past, it is an opportune moment to have an honest national conversation about our use of nuclear weapons on Japanese cities in August 1945." (via )
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'The kids are going stir-crazy': L.A. battles house parties that could spread COVID-19
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Residents of Beirut awoke to a scene of utter devastation Wednesday, a day after a massive explosion at the port sent shock waves across the Lebanese capital, killing at least 100 people and wounding thousands.
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"Elections are the bulwark of democracy. But in Hong Kong, they have now been turned into a mechanism to suppress the voice of the people."
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⚡️ “On the shoulders of our parents — the cooks, nannies and gardeners — we’ve traveled far”
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The Lakers and Clippers are the top seeds in the West, but the NBA bubble has created an atmosphere where being the top seed isn't necessarily an advantage.
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⚡️ “Women break silence, tell stories of rape, groping by Ron Jeremy”
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After Ron Jeremy's arrest in June, six women came forward to share stories of abuse at the hands of the porn icon that have never been told before. Three of them detail allegations of violent rape in L.A., Nevada and Chicago. My latest:
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UConn has canceled its 2020-21 football season, becoming the first FBS program to suspend football because of the coronavirus crisis.
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Valerie J. Nelson 2h
In school, we were taught the U.S. had to drop atomic bombs on Japan to win WWII. History proves otherwise.
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Joe Biden will not travel to Milwaukee to accept nomination
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1990s kids loved the dark cartoon ‘Ren & Stimpy.’ Comedy Central is bringing it back
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And read some of the responses to 's original tweet:
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"Everywhere I go in Los Angeles, I see my mom and all these workers so clearly. It’s baffling to me that there are people who, day after day, might not see what I see at all," writes Read the full story:
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