Confronting Fat Albert’s Racist Legacy

Confronting Fat Albert’s Racist Legacy

Did you know that many beloved 70s & 80s black cartoons actually reinforced negative stereotypes about black people?

In this video, we will explore how 70s & 80s black cartoons contributed to the perpetuation of racist stereotypes towards the black community.

The central problem we will address is how these cartoons, intended for entertainment, ended up shaping harmful perceptions of black people.

We’ll delve into specific examples from popular cartoons like ‘Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids’ ‘The Harlem Globetrotters’ and Rickety Rocket to uncover the problematic portrayals of black characters.

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