Superb Anti Racism Ad | Put Racism in the right place
"I'm sorry but I am not gonna travel beside a Negro." .... Wait until you see her face LOL. Watch Next: Guy Brings His White Girl To Barbershop In Harlem And Gets Hated On By Black Hairdresser: http://youtu.be/z69MZ4OvKsM
In the video, the stuck-up looking middle-aged blonde woman with chunky gold earrings discovers her seatmate is a young black man. He seems like about as mild and pleasant as one could want from a seatmate, with his slight build, glasses, collared shirt, and apparent deep absorption in his reading matter, but the bigoted woman is still freaked out. She calls for the flight attendant, and huffily demands a different seat.
PLAYLIST about Diversity: A World of Acceptance. Racism is mental illness. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ms4NJx0wwXM&list=PLsXvBCk-wqdbEBDOOM9zIT1aJAVWph9rU
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Back in 1999, Portugal honored the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Rights with a powerful anti-racism ad that still strongly resonates 15 years later. A woman gets huffy about having to sit next to a black man on a plane, and demands that the flight attendant "do something." So, the flight attendant fixes the problem...But not the way the bigot expected.
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Creative Director: MARCELO LOURENÇO / PEDRO BEXIGA
Copy: MARCELO LOURENÇO
Art Director: PEDRO BEXIGA
Director: JOÃO CARLOS PELLOTE
Executive Producer: ALEXANDRE MONTENEGRO