As part of an ongoing effort towards Inclusion within the theme parks and content that Disney produces, Disney World has recently removed a reference to an “Indian Camp” within the queue of the Peter Pan’s Flight attraction at Magic Kingdom.
Here’s a look at the mural and the area of interest as it was seen recently.
And here’s a look at the updated wording on the queue mural. It now reads “Never Land Tribe”.
It seems like Disney will be rebranding the Indian scene instead of modifying the scene as was previously thought.
Unfortunately, as we’ve noted before, Disney’s inclusion efforts are inconsistent. Nearby, a sign for Tom Sawyer’s Island still reads “Injun Joe’s Cave” despite other references to “Injun Joe” being removed back in January.
As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com as we continue to bring you the latest news, photos, and info from around the Disney Parks!
Leave things alone! Injun Joe’s is fine…except to the uneducated whiney brats, trying to change everything….
And you are allowing it by changing titles! Stop, and be real!
So stunning and brave
Omg really this is getting ridiculous jesus people need to get thicker skin plus when we first started calling them indians wasnt meant as a insult they thought they landed in India jesus omg maybe instead of converting everything from indian to whatever. Why doesnt the government give them what was promised in there reservations and maybe they wouldn’t care as much
Almost sounds like Disney wants to get rid of the native but keep the land.
Unless you are Native you will never understand and if you not native Wee I guess that why you are not affected
Walt don’t deserve this God rest his sole. Keep taking the Disney out of Disn and there will not be anything that was heart and sole left. Pitiful.
Please let be Pixie hollow
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