The not using of the word n+gg+r in a new version of Mark Twain's famous book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, is causing quite a stir in the US.
The race relations board in the US claim it is wrong to use the word n+gg+r in modern times and many schools have banned Mark Twain's, Huck Finn, as part of their curriculum.
Other, more open Americans, claim it is historically correct to use the word "n+gg+r", because by erasing the word it gives a false impression of what that part of the US use to be, "n+gg+r" haters.
As far as the modern day "n+gg+r", who actually love calling each other "n+gg+rs" (ask 50 Cent), they feel it is morally wrong to change Mark Twain's famous words by calling them "Black Pussies" or "Coloured Boys" and the text should remain in its original form. Apart from the fact it was only "White Trash" who started the whole thing? (is that a racist comment too?)
Red Necks still floating around the Mississippi delta certainly agree with their black contra-hands and demand being able to call them n+gg+rs, naturally.
President Obama, a great fan of Mark Twain, Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer and Becky, heartily agrees with his n+gg+r brothers, "we are what we are," he said politely!