Springfield Mural Should Stay Where It Is

Members of Doctor Seuss author  Theodor Geisel's family are sounding off about the mural controversy at  The Amazing World of Doctor Seuss Museum.  

Leagrey Dimond, one of  Geisel's step-daughters, shared a statement saying she and her sister want the mural based on artwork  from Seuss' 1937 book "And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street" to  stay at the Springfield  museum.   

t was announced that the mural would be removed earlier this  month after several children's book authors decried a Chinese character  they said represented a racial stereotype.  

Dimond said in her statement  that Geisel left behind a full body of work and changed with the  times. 

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