The Daily Wire tells about “Universal Orlando ‘Evaluating’ Dr. Seuss Themes“. Recently the beloved author, Dr. Seuss, came under fire from the racial brigade. They declared some of his books contained racist imagery. In response, the Dr. Seuss foundation decided to stop publishing six of his books. This made Universal Studios pause. They have a play area and store based on two of these now discontinued stories.
The park based one play area on the book “If I Ran the Zoo”. While they based the store from the book “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street”. Both stories made the discontinued list. According to Universal Studios, the areas do not reflect any racist imagery and will remain open. Though they will evaluate the area, just in case.