Title: Stereotypes From the late 1800's to the 1900's
Rocker-Chick76 - January 12, 2011 05:06 PM (GMT)
Mandingo Negro Stereotype:This stereotypical concept was invented by white slave owners who promoted the notion that male African slaves were animalistic and bestial in nature.Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotypes_o...rican_AmericansIn the photo, I tried to bring across that back in the day white had the power and African people were seen as low standard. Here we see three white men happy to have captured this African man like he is some kind of animal (which he isn't). Slavery is what his life will see and what his life will become.
Models: Xemnas (Black male) + Shadey64, Disembarkment and BridgesWillBurn (White males)Sambo Stereotype:A Stereotype that was gained from a children's book, The Story of Little Black Sambo by Helen Bannerman.Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotypes_o...rican_AmericansThe photo tries to capture the real story of the brave little Sambo boy. However, habbo does not have tigers, instead, I used my well tamed lion, Sunshine. :]
Models: Xemnas and Sunshine (Lion)Mammy Stereotype:These were the female African slaves that did the household chores, were often in the kitchen tending to meals, and took care of the white folks' children.Model: Rocker-Chick76 (Me)Models: kenzie344 (White Female) and Rocker-Chick76 (Black Female)
Rocker-Chick76 - January 13, 2011 08:43 PM (GMT)
Women Stereotypes:Back in the 1900s until about the 1930s, women were to stay home and take care of the housework and the children. Women were met to stay in the kitchen and have a hot meal prepared when their husbands got home. It was the norm of the 1900s. In the photos below, I try to capture the 1900s and what women did in the home.Model: Sky1441Models: R4ZZ4.... and Sky1441Models: Sky1441 and Rocker-Chick76
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