Springfield Mural Should Stay Where It Is

posted by John Baibak -

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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