blackface

This week NBC’s Megan Kelly  caught those Twitter paws over her insensitive remarks about “Blackface.”  Social media, appropriately, called her out. We are familiar with the offensiveness and racial stereotyping of ‘Blackface’ stemming back to the days of Minstrel shows and “Amos and Andy Show.”  But, did you know that ‘Yellowface” also exists? According to […]

A White member of the Blevins, Arkansas School Board was seen mocking the Black Lives Matter movement in blackface and now parents are up in arms.

A Gambian model, who has gained notoriety for her rich, dark skin tone, came under attack on social media after a follower accused her of being a White woman in blackface.

The tweets set off a firestorm of reaction, just one month after Burns gave a bizarre benediction at the RNC, calling Clinton "the enemy."

It's never a good idea to post or share anything online featuring an image of someone in blackface.

Naturally, many people are accusing the app of promoting blackface, while also pointing out that linking Bob to merely marijuana essentially ignores the wider reach of his legacy. Users took to Twitter to voice their frustrations.

Earlier today, two Texas students that attend Lamar High School were photographed in blackface.

Three first graders in Alaska were suspended last week after allegedly planning to poison and kill one of their classmates, plus more

An amateur German soccer team took a stand against racism by wearing blackface to show solidarity with their Sudanese teammates, The Huffington Post reports.

Nina Simone's brother Sam Waymon spoke to Page Six about his family's disapproval.

"It’s so contradictory to who we are and who we want to be," Ruff said, addressing the "wigga"-themed festivities. "Wigga," a combination of White and the n-word, is often used to refer to White people "acting Black" or irresponsibly appropriating Black dress and culture.

Hungarian journalist Boglarka Balogh is receiving unwanted attention on social media after wearing blackface to make people aware of the number of "endangered tribes, and the speed at which they are fading away," writes the Independent.