Wedding planning sites change policies on slave plantations

Wedding planning sites change policies on slave plantations

Four major websites used for wedding planning are revising their policies on content referencing former slave plantations, responding to an advocacy group’s campaign urging the companies to stop promoting venues where black people were once brutalized. Pinterest, The Knot, Brides, and Zola announced the changes this week after receiving letters from Color of Change, a civil rights advocacy group.

Chris
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Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 3 months

This is some retarded virtue signaling who cares if the property was once a former slave plantation it isn't anymore the person that owned the slaves is long dead. I don't care whether it is this, reparations, tearing down old statues, etc. I don't need to feel bad for slavery nobody alive today needs to feel bad for slavery so just fuck off with your virtue signaling.

Paul C
Paul C 3 months

Racist dirt and trees?

david phillips
david phillips 3 months

I think I will have to agree with Chirstine Hancock. No more weddings in Africa Europe Asia North and South America. Oh I know all weddings must take place in Antarctica it should be safe.

christine hancock
christine hancock 3 months

Well then stop promoting wedding venues period. You are going to have a hard time finding a spot of land where slavery and injustice hasn't happened. I can understand if you have direct ancestors who were enslaved on that plantation, it would be salt in the wound seeing oblivious rich people larping as high antebellum society for a wedding. But first of all, you are allowed to decline an invitation to their stupid party and you don't need to hang pictures of the happy couple; and second, you are going to need to realize that slavery is highly illegal now, and the the slave owners are long dead.

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❂✞✟☏✆⁍ 3 months

Virtue signaling from the knot at the expense of small wedding venue businesses. What a retarded timeline 🤡🌍

Minor_Complex
Minor_Complex 3 months

But muh Hermitage!

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