Woman who ripped Hobby Lobby’s “insensitive” cotton decor in a viral post explains it all

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Daniell Rider, of Killeen, Texas, is explaining herself after her assertion that a cotton display at a Hobby Lobby was offensive went viral.

Rider posted a picture of cotton in a vase onto Hobby Lobby’s Facebook page. There, she called on the store to remove what she said was an insensitive display:

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“It doesn’t represent a decoration for me. It represents a time of oppression for my people,” she told KCEN-TV’s Emani Payne in an interview following the incident.

Rider explained, “I wasn’t trying to be divisive.” Instead, she says she was “simply a consumer talking to a retailer.”

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