One user called the design "absolutely disgusting", while another wrote that, by selling the T-shirt, Walmart was "siding with racists".
In their reply, a spokesperson said "This item is sold and shipped by a third party seller". "We think the thousands of messages from SumOfUs members contributed to Walmart taking down the products".
Walmart recently tweeted their support for racial quality and pledged to donate $100 million to the cause.
"The doors of Walmart are open to everyone", the company said. They also insisted that their doors are "open to everyone" and that their "stores should be a place where every individual can feel welcome and know they will be treated with respect as they work or shop".
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"These sweaters, sold by a third-party seller on Walmart.ca, do not represent Walmart's values and have no place on our website", a spokesperson said at the time.