The image was first used in 1946 to reference an African American Texan rice farmer. The firm said the will replace the image as it is out of step with the times.
12/ Skincare products
The company said it will remove words such as white/whitening, fair/fairness, and light/lightening from their skin evening products after receiving criticism online.
Seattle Public Schools released a draft of new learning objectives that integrate ethnic studies into math, to see “where does Power and Oppression show up in our math experiences.”
14/ Front lawns
Front lawns are racists because white people like having them. And of course, anything a white person likes, is by definition, racist.
15/ Breakfast cereals
Ex-MP of the Labour Party Fiona Onasanya wondered why “Rice Krispies have three white boys representing the brand and Coco Pops have a monkey?” She fails to mention that the Rice Krispies “white boys” are, in fact, elves.
16/ Finding Asian men attractive
British politician Rishi Sunak caught the adoration of many women when posted a picture of himself wearing a hoodie on social media. Women were quick to swoon. However, the writer alleges that “when your lust for someone is layered with surprise, you’re perpetuating the idea that, under normal circumstances, you’d find this person undesirable.” Therefore, racism.
The pamphlet claims soap was weaponized to spread colonialism and claim the name Ivory soap used to spread colonial propaganda.
Colgate announced a review of its toothpaste brand Darlie because it featured a smiling white with half of his face darkened.
19/ White people speaking
The op-ed, written by a white writer, tells other white people to shut up and listen…because white people take up too much space.
20/ White people not speaking
The writer alleges that not speaking up against systemic racism is equal to being complicit in a system that is racist at its core.