Even though these two girls in the middle are siblings, without any back story, it seems as though the black girl is bearing the weight of the white girl.
In this commercial, they were attempting to show the power of the detergent, but while doing so, they made a black man 'turn' white after putting him into the laundry machine.
In the 1950s, women were considered housewives, so all the ads for women would show them at home caring for their husband or house. In this one, she is physically kneeling before him.
In this commercial, Carl's Jr sexualizes women in order to draw more attention to their product.
While trying to include all races, the way that the women are lined up appears as if the before is black and after is white.
Nivea was not trying to be racist, but saying white is purity and using a white model sends the wrong message to the public.
This product could be for men or women, but in order to draw more attention to their product, they sexualize a woman and put her on the billboard. This also attempts to guilt other women into looking exactly like her.
This pepsi commercial has caused many to become upset because it makes it seem as though Kendal Jenner ended racism with a Pepsi, which is insensitive.