Black slave girl cartoon
By Peter Allen for MailOnline. A black female politician has been depicted as a slave in chains in a right-wing magazine, sparking a criminal racism inquiry. The feature, titled Obono the African, gives a fictional account of Ms Obono returning to 18th century Africa. It includes a cartoon where she is pictured with an iron collar around her neck.
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For many black women, classic cartoons seem to embody a sense of inherent racism. But in the now, we can safely say that animation has evolved. Things have gotten better. While they may not be perfect, we can look back at the past and reminisce about how some of the older cartoons were celebrated, and how they made us feel. The evolution of black men in cartoons.
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