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Crayola colors of the world 32pk $1.77 ea,
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I added a lego set to get to $35, as this item doesn't have store pickup as an option.

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thanks!
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That was back in 1962.

I am not that old, so I had the 'luxury' of the modern colors. In elementary school, you would rarely if ever find colors that match your skin, no matter your race. It was common to use yellow, orange, brown, purple, whatever to draw people because the previous kid in the class probably ate the desirable colors.
My kid still colors in Elsa with a purple face no matter how many crayons she owns. Her response, "I like purple and it's funny." ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Me: they are being very inclusive with the green and blue including folks outside our world too. Also me after reading the back: oh. Eyes. Right.
There are definitely blue people in this world - look up the blue fugates of Kentucky
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The blue is for people being strangled, just seconds before they pass away. The green is for people watching at the thing happens, then feeling sick of it and vomit.
Can People Have Blue Skin? Yes, it turns out, and a family living in Appalachia had the condition for generations. In their case, blue skin was caused by a rare genetic disease called methemoglobinemia.
Methemoglobinemia is a blood disorder in which an abnormally high amount of methemoglobin — a form of hemoglobin — is produced. Hemoglobin is the molecule in red blood cells that distributes oxygen to the body.
In methemoglobinemia, the hemoglobin is unable to release oxygen effectively to body tissues. People with the disorder have chocolate-colored blood and blue skin. In genetic cases of methemoglobinemia, the recessive gene for the disorder must be passed on by both parents. https://www.livescience.com/34410...nemia.html

Green Skin? Maybe https://www.historic-uk.com/Cultu...f-Woolpit/ The most likely explanation for the green children of Woolpit is that they were the descendants of Flemish immigrants who had been persecuted and possibly killed by King Stephen or – perhaps – King Henry II. Lost, confused and without their parents, the children could have ended up at Woolpit speaking only their native tongue of Flemish, perhaps explaining how the villagers thought that they were speaking gibberish.
Furthermore, the green tint to the children's skin could be explained by malnourishment, or more specifically 'green sickness'. This theory is supported by the fact that their skin reverted to a normal colour once Richard de Calne had converted them over to eating real food.

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I read this as "Colors of the Wind" on first glance and got excited for the perfect allusion, but alas it was just a perfect illusion...
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My wife is a teacher. These have been around for years, this is not in response to anything current. No need to read into anything and pass judgment on a company for doing what its always done.
Exactly.
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Remember when there used to be a color in the original 64 set called "flesh" ?
Which, even aside from the stupidity of assuming/pretending that everyone is the same color, is a very creepy word
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So boring, yet these colors incite so much hate and derision. Can't wait for these colors to incite love and compassion.
Textbook empty platitude.
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My wife is a teacher. These have been around for years, this is not in response to anything current. No need to read into anything and pass judgment on a company for doing what its always done.
Not true, read the press release. A cosmetic company used their foundation matching palette with Crayola to make some new colors that weren't ever available before.


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Casale has over 30 years of experience in creating foundation colors for global skin tones and was formerly chief chemist and managing director R&D of MAC cosmetics as well as co-founder and chief innovation officer of Cover FX.

"Inclusivity should be accessible for all ages and a discussion about diversity should be encouraged in order to foster a sense of belonging," Casale told "GMA." "Whether at home or in a classroom this collection gives children a greater opportunity to accurately represent themselves through creativity and self-expression."

Working closely with Crayola's research and development team, it took about three months to get the transfer from realistic complexions to crayon shade conversion.

To successfully create an accurate and inclusive skin-tone palette, Crayola not only conducted rigorous consumer testing on real people and worked with Casale to bring everything together starting with the highest and darkest hues first.
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Anyone have a clue if the 32 color names are listed? Can't wait to see how they named 32 different colors after people.
i looked at the pic, they're all just variations of rose, almond, golden.
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So boring, yet these colors incite so much hate and derision. Can't wait for these colors to incite love and compassion.
People are people and are all loved by me. I'm not outraged by those who want their voice heard. More power to them, that's how this country and freedom works!

What I AM upset about, greatly, is that 4th picture in the description there, where they don't have the color names and color of the crayon line up. It's visually disturbing.
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Which, even aside from the stupidity of assuming/pretending that everyone is the same color, is a very creepy word
"Long live the new flesh!" - James Woods, when Crayola changed the Flesh name to Peach
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sold out like 15 mins ago
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where are the blue people? Was Avatar real?
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My wife is a teacher. These have been around for years, this is not in response to anything current. No need to read into anything and pass judgment on a company for doing what its always done.
My wife read a book about teaching once and says you're wrong.
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