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Arkansas college student wears black face Bill Cosby Halloween costume

University of Central Arkansas sophomore Brock Denton wore the above costume to a party thrown Friday by Sigma Tau Gamma. After a photo of him surfaced on social media, the fraternity was suspended, the school condemned the costume — and handed Denton the punishment he deserves.

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Aloha! This is Moana the new Disney Polynesian princess debuting next year. She is quite adventurous, determined and headstrong. I am proud to have made her my costumes for Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party. Mahalo 😘🌸

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“I am a proud Lumbee and Waccamaw Siouan Native American, and I am participating in Culture Not a Costume, in hopes of educating the Pack about cultural appropriation. My culture is NOT your costume!”  


Photographs by Trude Guermonprez (Elsesser)
Robert Rauschenberg and Ingeborg Svarc Lauterstein, students at Black Mountain College c.1948-1949.
Lauterstein is dressed as a centaur or unicorn for a party. Costume designed and created by Robert Rauschenberg.
From the Black Mountain College Research Project Papers, Visual Materials, Box 87, courtesy of the North Carolina State Archives.