Re: Why I Wrote A Mad Men Episode With Negroes, by Erika Alexander
In fact, at least one major U.S. corporation made a concerted effort to court black consumers and hired a black advertising executive and sales staff for that purpose -- not in the 1960s, but even earlier, in the 1940s.
Guy Gardener wrote:
The only thing that kept black people back and white people white up to this point is racism. Now that it is LESS culturally offensive for people to stray from expectations, white people are going to get darker and Black people are going to get lighter until the white people are black and the black people are white and they all start again from opposite sides.
Oh. Kind of like Dr. Seuss' Sneetches, I guess.
Totally, or Blue Mink.
"Glitter is the herpes of arts and craft."
Troy Yingst. My Life as Liz