Tag Archives for Race
I ran across one of these ads for in a window display the other day and almost walked into a telephone pole in shock. I’m pretty sure that they’ve covered every single racialized sexual stereotype you could ever think of, … Continue reading
What would you do to sell lingerie? Make incredibly racist, homophobic, sexist ads? Thought so. Or at least, that’s what the Brazilian underwear brand Duloren has been doing. With their ad campaign captioned “You can’t imagine what a Duloren is … Continue reading
Another interviewee in my project. Meet Vivian.
Tell me this isn’t the worst ad you have ever seen.
As a child of an interracial marriage, I found this graphic to be very interesting. Considering that interracial marriage has been legal for 43 years now, since the Loving vs. Virginia case in 1967, it’s impressive to look at the … Continue reading
Raise your hand if you think that segregation in the U.S. ended a long time ago. Anyone? Ever wondered about the racial distribution around the United States? I recently found this tool on the New York Times site called “Mapping … Continue reading
“I don’t see people’s race, when I look at someone, the color of their skin isn’t the first thing I see. I wish other people were like this, if we could all just be colorblind, racism would cease to exist.” I … Continue reading