• Target Pulling ‘Baby Daddy' Father's Day Card After Being Called Out On Social Media

    4 monthes ago - By CBS

    MINNEAPOLIS - Target is pulling a Father's Day card from its shelves after critics on social media pointed out it was the only one on display to feature a black couple and had the words “Baby Daddy” emblazoned on it.
    Takeisha Saunders, of Dallas, Texas, sparked discussion about the card in a Facebook post late last month.
    “You CANNOT be serious Target!!!!!” she wrote.
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    The controversy surrounding the card has much to do with the slang term “baby daddy,” which generally refers to a father who is not married to or in a relationship with the mother of his child.
    While some on social media...
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  • 'The black men of this country deserve better': 'Baby Daddy' Father's Day card leads to apologies from Target, American Greetings

    4 monthes ago - By ABC

    ''It is never our intention to offend our guests with the merchandise we provide,'' Target tweeted, after a photo of a ''Baby Daddy'' greeting card surfaced on social media.
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  • Target apologizes, pulls ‘Baby Daddy' Father's Day card off shelves

    Target apologizes, pulls ‘Baby Daddy' Father's Day card off shelves

    4 monthes ago - By WGN TV

    Target has apologized and pulled a “Baby Daddy” card from shelves, following social media complaints.
    The Father's Day Card was posted by on Facebook by Takeisha Saunders.
    She shared her outrage for the card's cover messaging and background image.
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  • Target apologized for selling 'Baby Daddy' Father's Day cards after customers complained

    Target apologized for selling 'Baby Daddy' Father's Day cards after customers complained

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Target is under fire for selling a Father's Day card that people think has problematic implications.
    The card says "Baby Daddy" and depicts a black couple.
    After pushback on social media, Target apologized and said the American Greetings card would be pulled from shelves.
    Target is under fire for selling a Father's Day card that people think has problematic implications.
    A picture of the card, which says "Baby Daddy," gained traction online after Takeisha Saunders, a biomedical engineering technician based out of Rockwall, Texas, posted a picture of it on Facebook on May 31.
    The interior...
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