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BBC - Culture - The hidden figures revealed by art
Black women disproportionately experience violence at home, at school, on the job, and in their neighborhoods. Black women face high rates of intimate partner violence, rape, and homicide. Black girls and women also experience institutionalized racism; they are disproportionately punished in school, funneled into the criminal justice system after surviving physical or sexual abuse, disproportionately subjected to racial profiling and police brutality, and incarcerated at rates far exceeding their share of the population. By drawing on available studies the report helps lay the foundation necessary for positive change. Racial disparities pervade the educational and criminal justice systems.
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The diverse individuals seen in artworks of the 19th Century are finally being fully recognised. Cath Pound explores how their depiction sheds new light on the era. But the painting is notable for another, largely ignored aspect; the portrayal of the black maid, who we now know was called Laure. Manet not only shows her in contemporary French costume, in marked contrast to the exoticised harem attire more common for black servants in salon paintings of the era, he also gives her almost equal pictorial space to Olympia.
As the mass production of consumer products hit its stride post-Emancipation, depictions of the Mammy caricature appeared on labels of s of goods across the nation, from tobacco and coffee to flour and the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Mammy Brand Salted Peanuts. Decades-old ephemera and current-day incarnations of African American stereotypes, including Mammy, Mandingo, Sapphire, Uncle Tom, and Watermelon, have been informed by the legal and social status of African Americans. Many of these stereotypes developed during the height of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and were used to reinforce the commodifying of Black bodies and particularly aspects of enslavement.
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