Recognizing Racist Stereotypes in U.S. Media

Jim Crow

Sambo (Coon)

Golliwog, pickaninny e golly doll

Aunt Jemima (Mammy)

The Aunt Jemima brand still exists, but now given a makeover in his soon to try to give a relieved on the stereotypical image (give relief = take the head scarf, as you can see.)

Uncle Tom

The Black Bucks (The Mandingo)

Jezebel: The Insatiable Black Woman

Sapphire

The Magical Negro

Welfare Queens

That Whole Watermelon Thing

That Whole Fried Chicken Thing

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