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Bethann Hardison on racism in the fashion industry.

From About Face: Supermodels then and now

"the word aesthetic is borderline racist at this point"

Ok I see how this is controversial but also when you think about the other side these designers are artists and we can’t really infringe on their vision… We don’t have to support them and make a statement by not buying their clothes but I don’t think it’s right to change someone’s vision of something that they worked hard on and also I don’t think the models would be happy either because for any job it’s safe to assume that you want to be hired for your work ethic and how well you perform your job not because the designer was forced to have more diversity. Also what if that one black girl was supposed to be the finale look and the designer wanted her to be special and stand out from the rest of the models also what if the other 35 models weren’t white but Japanese or Chinese or Brazilian like there’s not enough information to assume this was a racial matter..

this is so problematic your comment is so problematic??? there is so much wrong with it??? why would you even comment this trash it’s so racist???

Because it’s true!! If you don’t support the designer then don’t buy his or her clothes.. But forcing them to change won’t change anything because it’s literally peer pressuring them to change what they had created.. Let’s say someone paints a picture with all white people should we say that’s wrong of them and attack them and call them a racist for not including other races? Like they had a creative vision of what they wanted their art to look like and they did it maybe the next painting or next collection will be different…

A creative vision that is composed entirely of white people…. Probably the most uncreative vision I’ve like, ever heard of. And it’s entirely right to peer pressure someone into including more representation like it’s in no way a bad thing and seeing it as a bad thing is, in fact, racist dude.

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micdotcom:

Ebola fear is turning into all-out racism

The American public’s reaction to the Ebola virus outbreak that’s killed over 4,000 people has moved from concern to outright xenophobia

Call it “Ebola racism.” With the death of Liberian Thomas E.Duncan at a Dallas hospital last week and news that two nurses who treated him have contracted the deadly illness, increasingly paranoid Americans are treating immigrants and visitors from Ebola-ravaged countries like Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone like lepers. 

"People, once they know you are Liberian — people assume you have the virus in your body." | Follow micdotcom

And I’m not surprised

Wow

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solidarity means you leave no one behind to be a prisoner of the coppers

jesus fuckin christ this is so powerful all of these people taking pictures and standing by and then like 2 people have the guts to do something

It’s Crazy how much satisfaction i have just by watching this gif.

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"Trees and people used to be good friends." 

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The anthropologists decided that this tribe was to remain “uncontacted”.

This is one of the best things iv seen today

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The best thing I have ever seen. (Video)

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Ne, Ne, by 追川うそ

This makes me weepy every time I see it.
MONSTER DUDE LOVES HER SO MUCH!!

Fuck! I have been searching the world over for this again! I am saving it so I never lose it again.

beautiful from start to finish. 

NO I’M NOT CRYING YOU’RE CRYING

vashito:

wanna see your picture on the cover..
wanna buy five copies for my mother!..

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