Is the Coca Cola “Names on Cans” Campaign Racist?

Coca Cola has a marketing campaign where you can put your name on the can. This campaign seems like a fun way to share the product and the facts of the matter is that it has been quite successful. Obviously, Coca Cola can’t put every single name on their cans, or on the other hand, allow just any random “name” to offend their customers. So the question, are the cans in stores (not just the ones people order through their website) — are those names mostly White American names? Is it fair for kids from other races that may want to see their names on the cans?

I discuss on the video below:

 

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