Black Stereotypes (new extended version)





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Uploaded on Apr 19, 2010

The producers do not tolerate or support hatred or racism in any form. This film merely illustrates how blacks have been portrayed by filmmakers in the past.

Here's my latest version of "Black Stereotypes" filled with many new scenes and some old familiar ones.

Every race, ethnicity, creed, gender, lifestyle, etc has it's stereotypes. Gay interior decorators, Chinese laundry, Hispanic gardeners, Irish cops, Italian gangsters, etc...

These images are just a small sampling of how black people have been portrayed on a daily basis for many, many years.

All of the clips used in this film were shown regularly on television up until the mid 1980's. Many episodes of the Little Rascals have been "ethnically cleansed" over the years. Some 20 minute episodes were edited down to a mere 8 after removing all racial images/slurs, while several episodes were removed completely from the series.

All of the movie studios of the time, both big & small produced live-action films and cartoons portraying blacks in this manner. Theaters in the South would cut out any scene of a black performer that was not shown as a slave, servant or as comic relief.

These films are a product of their times and provide visual documentation of how society, "kept the man down".

Has anything really changed so many years later?
Let's hear what you have to say.

All comments are unmoderated in order to sadly expose the hate and ignorance that still exists.

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