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Warning: these advertisements use racial caricatures and xenophobia to sell otherwise innocuous items like Jell-O and Corn Flakes. In short, this is advertising at its very worst.

an ad selling soap- little white kid says to little black kid "why doesn't your mamma wash you with fairy soap? If this ad was intended to make me feel icky- it does. does fairy soap wash that feeling away?

Warning: these advertisements use racial caricatures and xenophobia to sell otherwise innocuous items like Jell-O and Corn Flakes. In short, this is advertising at its very worst.

Racism Has a Long History in Advertising. Here are 15 Shockingly Racist Vintage Ads

African-Americans, Mexicans, Scots, Chinese, Japanese, Native Americans — it's a melting pot of stereotypes. 1910 — 1976.

From my free European Imperialism image pack: An ad for Pears' Soap: The first step towards lightening the White Man’s Burden is through teaching the virtues of cleanliness.