Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 by Angie Han
Like most Hollywood studios, Disney catches a lot of flack for its lack of diversity and its less than delicate handling of racial issues. And while much of the criticism is deserved, a deleted scene that’s been making the rounds suggests that the Mouse House isn’t always completely clueless when it comes to that touchy topic.
The recently surfaced clip from 2002′s Lilo & Stitch deals with racial matters and the obnoxiousness of tourists — to be more specific, the tendency of visitors to exoticize non-white locals. Fed-up Lilo decides to take matters into her own hands, with predictably, entertainingly disastrous results. Watch the video after the jump.