How Jo Malone Censored Blackness and Why John Boyega’s Exit Couldn’t Be More Justified

2 thoughts on “How Jo Malone Censored Blackness and Why John Boyega’s Exit Couldn’t Be More Justified”

  1. Another thoughtful and insightful article. Its unacceptable to use audience targeting as a reason to remove a black man from his own story and all involved should be absolutely digusted. If brands/companies want black talent you get ALL of it, they don’t get to pick and choose how much blackness they want. Anti-black racism is rife Asia and its still that the continent as a whole gets held up to the same lens as the west in terms of how black people are seen.

    Brilliant post!!!

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