« La couleur de votre peau ne doit pas dicter votre futur » – campagne Contre le Racisme et l’Antisémitisme

05/11/2010 // Publicité

Une campagne de communication de la Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l’Antisémitisme : « La couleur de votre peau ne doit pas dicter votre futur ».

via scaryIdeas

Ne ratez plus aucune news de UFUNK !

Inscrivez vous à la newsletter UFUNK et recevez directement les news par email !

  • http://www.facebook.com/rburger Rachel Burger

    If this is supposed to be a campaign against racism, anti-semitism, and negative standards in general, then why are all the babies of color compared to white babies? You’re stereotyping against white people!

  • Kristal

    Because this is the actual situation…when white people will be discriminated then the campaign will be reverse. When aliens start stopping by then the discrimination will be compared with them. It’s a cycle.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Kierfot Kierfot Oo

    Whouaaaa !!! (je savais pas ou mettre cela) Ca c’est du nouveau skin ! Même si j’aurais préféré en version black, ben ouai je suis pas raciste moi. ^^

    Bravo !

  • Grapetor

    Totally Racist

  • buttercup<3

    wow….(ily pumpkin pie!!)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_63GDQ6HS333AHYFFIYNJC3EPBY Joy Jiaxin

    i think imo.. the reason why the « colored » baby is in between the whites because basically this is the reality,…let me ask you this can you imagine a white lady working as a nanny for a black baby or an asian… this is not being racist…it’s a statement of the fact that racism exist,..or impartiality and inequivalence of opportunity… just saying

  • Marcus

    It’s 2014; blacks, asians, indians, whoever, can all get any job they want. These ads are ridiculous. Why? Well, firstly nothing dictates your future int he western democratic world. Thats an absurd accusation in itself. But what has a larger effect (than skin colour) on your success in life is… your parents wealth. This advertising campaign is completely misdirected. What is Licra’s motive for claiming we still live in a (western) world where skin colour talks louder than money?

  • Rto94

    I hear the smallest violin playing.