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Is the black woman 'God' in Alabama
Noting that a black woman in a recent David and Goliath focus group spoke up about how much she liked the Universal ads, Ms. Gumbinner said: “I wonder if sometimes when you have somebody that is less conventional, they become the most memorable. We use a lot of bald men, and it’s not like we have it out for bald men.”
An analysis of the black woman in advertising
Racist, or not? This Japanese commercial depicting Barack Obama as a monkey (the guy can’t catch a break!) caused a recent furor. But the company says it has a tradition of depicting people as monkeys…making the American reaction ironically telling. Or is the ad racist after all?
Martina Big started out as a white woman, and now she’s here ..
Large black actresses have had recurring roles in commercials over the years, and often are cast in roles where their aggressiveness is a defining trait. The heavy black spokeswoman for Pine Sol was one of the first to embrace the role. Her aggression was aimed at household dirt, however, not people. In a recent commercial for Captain Morgan rum, a large black woman berates her man for playing dominoes and making her late.
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Racist campaign ads are nothing new for the Republican party, however. The Grand Old Party had a grand old habit of playing on racial prejudice – and tying prevailing negative stereotypes of African-Americans directly to Democrats. In one of the most famous racist ads of all time, the Willie Horton ad of 1988 played into beliefs about African-American men being nothing more than dangerous criminals – and made Dukakis seem like the weak, acquiescent leader asleep at the wheel as black convicts were on the loose raping women. In reality Dukakis had nothing to do with the unfortunate lapse in prison management, but the ad successfully played into racist fears.
The Black Woman’s Guide to Hair Loss | MadameNoire
As the mass media use unrealistic models to advertise its products and services, this sets the idea that the “ideal” woman must be unhealthily thin and blemish free....