When Racism and Fashion Collide

Shaun King
Feb 22, 2019 - 5:30

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a barrage of fashion megabrands release racist clothing pieces. They are so outrageously offensive that it strains credulity to believe we are witnessing nothing more than a comedy of unintentional errors. It’s a trend at this point. Burberry just released a hoodie with a noose around the neck, which CEO Marco Gobbetti

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3 Replies to “When Racism and Fashion Collide”

    1. I completely agree! Boycotting works when we are committed as a community but having our own is where we will see the biggest changes now. Our own media outlets, personal care companies and fashion designers etc. will line up with our community’s belief systems and values.

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