Lego has put advertising for more than 30 toy sets, some featuring police stations and the White House, on hold amid protests and unrest over the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. The company also plans to donate $4 million to nonprofit groups educating children about racial equality.
Lego pauses ads for police station, White House sets
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