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  1. Jake
    Jake at |

    Where’s the AT&T print ad with the gorilla (on the phone) used to represent Africa in the international calling advertisements when the other countries had a human caricature to represent the country?

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  2. bobhope1234
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    “Only a Singaporean advertising agency would brag about seven inches…”
    This is incredibly racist and offensive. Shame on you.

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  3. Aaron
    Aaron at |

    Haha I love the Duncan Quin one he looks so badass.

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  4. Dennis
    Dennis at |

    Suman-yes I see that ad from 150 years ago. Can you give us an example of modern day racism in music, movies, politics,etc?

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    1. Andrew
      Andrew at |

      When black people ridicule white persons in songs 🙁

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  5. Suman
    Suman at |

    Look around ppl,racism is present almost everywhere. Be it movies,music,politics,B.S Propaganda which are created just for selfish reasons. Racism is a sensitive topic and unfortunately we,the people haven’t gone the right way in dealing with it.

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  6. Alex
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    Aren’t some individuals simply too sensitive when it comes to sexism?

    I migth add

    Aren’t some individuals simply too sensitive when it comes to September 11 ?

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  7. Saine
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    And in that ‘fashioin’ picture, the model on the left’s right nipple is exposed.

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  8. Liz
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    There was one recently in Soho that was pretty huge and showed an African-American woman and it said something along the lines of “the biggest threat to an unborn baby is its mother.” They took it down right away.

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    1. Timeea
      Timeea at |

      Wow…disgusting. Who was the advertiser?

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  9. Alice
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    The in the fashion ad, the word “fashoin” is closer to “heroin,” instead of cocaine.
    Of course, nobody said that models can spell…

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  10. Dennis
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  11. Dan
    Dan at |

    NK Fairbanks had another racially offensive clenser product called Gold Dust with the Gold Dust Twins, “Goldie” and “Dustie”. The original (circa 1892) version of the twins was a standard drawing of two young African-American children cleaning up together in a washtub.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gold_Dust_Twins

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