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The adventures of Tintin in the Congo will be moved from the children's shelves in Borders bookstores across the country and placed in the adult graphic novels section after the book was criticised for having allegedly racist content.
The Commission for Racial Equality said yesterday it was unacceptable for any shop to stock or sell the 1930s cartoon adventure of the Belgian boy journalist because of its crude racial stereotypes.
The book, which includes a scene where Tintin is made chief of an African village because he is a «good white man» and a black woman bowing to Tintin saying: «White man very great ... white mister is big juju man!» was highly offensive, a spokeswoman from the commission said. http://books.guardian.co.uk/news/articles/0,,2124396,00.html