As the Washington Post stated the company's decision not to censor these titles met with both praise and criticism. (They will criticize the notorious Song of the South which was criticized for glorifying plantation life and slavery, but not on duty.) Some believe that Disney assumes responsibility for its past by using these titles as they were then provided with a warning. However, critics point out that the wording used is at best vague – Gayle Wald, head of the Department of American Studies at George Washington University, said the company should have spelled out its intended message more clearly.
"Repellent" warning: Twitter user @unicornmantis has posted the company's notice right next to Warner Brothers & # 39 ;. While Disney kept it vague and used the word "May," WB's warning acknowledged the ethnic and racial prejudices presented in ancient cartoons such as Tom and Jerry . "These representations were wrong then and are wrong today," they say. pic.twitter.com/98uYEBLyZK
– Give Rise 3 Squadrons or We Fight (@unicornmantis) 12 November 2019