As is often the case, these executives could learn a lesson from Superman.
Here it is, first spotted on Media Matters research fellow Oliver Willis’s resplendent Twitter account:
In the public service announcement, reportedly from 1960, Superman explains to two boys that:
“Poeple who have fled to another country because of political events, war, or dis taster are placed in refugee camps … where they live in shabby crowded barracks. Some of the children were born here and have never known what a real home was like”
The boy’s reply: “G-gosh!”
Supes then explains that lots of international organisations help refugees to find homes in new countries — and that they can help by being friendly toward them.
G-gosh is right.
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