Sunday, August 10, 2014

Music Industry Producers Slammed for Negative Portrayal of Black Women

Singer Robin Thicke performs at the MTV VMAs Concert to Benefit LifeBeat, presented by MTV and Time Warner Cable at Terminal 5 in New York City on Aug. 23, 2013.  
Mike Coppola/Getty Images for MTV

For the past 25 years or more black women have been portrayed in a negative light. Yes, we blame the producers, but black women must finally take responsibility for their own actions.  This will never stop unless they say no to the producers who are giving them top dollar to reveal themselves in a negative fashion.   For example, the black community forever complains about racism, but it will never stop unless African Americans start respecting themselves and each other and so it is the same with black women in music videos.  Many black women, whether they be rappers, singers, models must come to their senses, repent for not only showing too much flesh and changing their Afrocentric features, but stop the profanity and fully yield to God.

Music Videos Slammed for Negative Portrayal of Black Women


A searing new report revisits an age-old concern about the portrayal of women, especially blacks, in music videos, which are engulfed in overtones of racism and sexism, researchers say...Read full article, here.


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