(Video added 3:15 PM PST Monday December 7.)
Coca-Cola drops controversial Christmas video set in indigenous Mexico
Updated Thursday 7:20 PM PST DECEMBER 3, 2015.
Via The Guardian:
Company spokesman said it had not meant to insult anyone with ad showing Coke being handed out by light-skinned actors in community of Mixe people
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