On the cover of the newest edition of Vogue magazine is an example of racial profiling?
Take a good look at the new cover, and think about some of the emotions and profiles that come in mind… King Kong… primal…. primitive…dangerous…aggressive…powerful…criminal… Aren’t these thing we should be moving away from? Especially on the cover of a magazine that represents ‘high’ society in North America?
“So when you have a cover that reminds people of King Kong and brings those stereotypes to the front, black man wanting white woman, it’s not innocent,”
“Images of black male athletes as aggressive and threatening reinforce the criminalization of black men.”
Whose standpoint is coming through in these pictures? What is mistakenly being represented? Keep in mind that this is the first black man to ever pose on the cover of Vogue magazine…
I am not taking a side in this argument, what I want is to generate discussion on my post… Pease let me know what you think!