Some of the characters in French cartoon shows, including the cartoon princesses and the cartoon animals, are fairly cartoon characters.
The French government has announced that it will stop using the cartoons as part of the government’s anti-racist efforts, but the cartoons continue to be seen by many.
The French government said it would also start enforcing anti-discrimination laws to crack down on racism in the country, according to The Associated Press.
Some of the cartoon characters are based on historical figures and even include French historical figures.
For example, the French-Canadian artist Jean-Paul Sartre, who was the father of the French New Wave movement, was a major influence on the cartoons of Jacques Lacan.
Some French cartoonists and artists say that the cartoons are not racist, but rather a reflection of their own culture.
A French artist, who goes by the pen name “Dorothy” said the cartoon shows are meant to be funny, but it is also meant to teach people to be tolerant of other cultures.
Sartre was a great artist, he was just a normal person, Dorothy said.
I believe in the idea that all people are good and are worth being tolerant of.
The AP asked the French Ministry of Culture, Culture and the Gaétition for comment.