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The parody board game released in 2003 was marketed as a game of “buying stolen properties, pimpin’ hoes, building crack houses and projects, paying protection fees, and getting carjacked.” Urban Outfitters, which for some reason thought it would be a good idea to sell racism in a box, soon stopped selling it “due to customer concerns.”

(Courtesy of The Daily Beast)
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