Django Unchained – Should It Have Been Made?

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Django Unchained – Should It Have Been Made? This story first appeared at Balancing Jane. I went to see Django Unchained¬†last night, and I had a lot of thoughts. For the most part, I agree with the critical reception that’s appearing overwhelmingly positive¬†(as of right now, it has an 89% on Rotten Tomatoes). I have […]

Using Stereotypes to Gain Publicity? The KRAFT Milkbite Plot Thickens.

In Kraft’s response to my petition against their MilkBite campaign, they said that they didn’t mean to offend anyone, and I said that I believed them, but that it’s now their responsibility to fix the campaign because it is offensive. Now I’m not so sure that I believe them at all. Offended People Draw Attention […]

KRAFT Responds: “We did not mean to offend anyone” with our (Tragic Mulatto) Milkbite Ads

Kraft Responds to My MilkBite Petition Today I got a Facebook message from Kraft asking that I contact them so we could speak directly. I was excited. “Maybe they’re going to listen,” I thought to myself. This didn’t last long. The message I received from them was nearly identical to the same pre-fabricated stuff they’ve […]

‘Biracial is Bad’: How KRAFT’s MilkBites Campaign Perpetuates Stereotypes & White Supremacy

‘Biracial is Bad’: How KRAFT’s MilkBites Campaign Perpetuates Stereotypes & White Supremacy I truly can’t believe that I have to write what I’m about to write. Via a Sociological Images post by Bradley Koch, I found out about a KRAFT campaign for their new MilkBites, a snack that is “part milk, part granola.” The campaign […]