Cubs remove 'no women admitted' art amid backlash for being viewed as tone deaf
A "no women admitted" sign in the Wrigley Field press box that was intended to "illustrate and acknowledge" the past is now history after some viewed it as a tone-deaf moment for the Cubs.
Wrigley Field debuted a variety of new features at the Cubs' home opener Monday, including a new art collection of old press credentials in the stairway leading to the press box. One of the signs was a credential from 1945 that read: "No women admitted."
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