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Why is the addition of "n-word" as a keyword NOT being accepted

There are 512 titles with this keyword, but, when I recently tried to add it to Lincoln (2012) and 12 Years a Slave (2013), where it is spoken by a character on screen, the additions were rejected.

I take umbrage if IMDb is assuming that I, as a contributor, am submitting this keyword from a personal, prejudicial point-of-view.  The only time I can ever remember personally using this reprehensible word was in a role-playing capacity in a graduate semantics class.  I only submit it as a keyword when, as I said, it is spoken by a character on-screen (or perhaps in on-screen text).

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512 titles with this keyword "n-word"

Should that Other word be a Keyword ??

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Hi bradley_kent -

Can you post the 18-digit submission reference numbers associated with your declined keyword update?  Our staff can then investigate further.

Cheers!

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The keyword has now been added to these two titles.  Thanks.

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Hi @bradley_kent​ -

Thanks for confirming!