Several petitions are going around calling for Disney to rebrand "Splash Mountain" because it was based on the movie Song of the South...a movie that Disney hasn't re-released since the 80s because it contains a ton of racist elements
Here's the plot:
Song of the South was a 1946 film that blended live-action and animation. The film takes place on a plantation, where presumed former slave Uncle Remus takes in visiting white boy Johnny and tells him the three Black folk tales of "Br'er Rabbit Earns a Dollar a Minute," "Br’er Rabbit and the Tar-Baby," and "Br’er Rabbit and His Laughing Place."
It wasn't included in Disney+ and Disney has said to not expect that movie to be released by Disney ever.
Read the full article on Buzz Feed