The new first form at Malory Towers is more diverse than Blyton’s original.
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It might seem like nostalgic escapism, but the show has a revisionist impulse at its heart.
Ancestry ad depicts a white man in 19th-century clothing standing in front of a Black woman holding a ring telling her they can leave and be together in Canada.
Canadian audiences did not object to Ancestry's ad which romanticized Canada as “Promised land,” but they should have.
Rooney Mara as the titular Mary.
Jesus and Mary are white, while an unsympathetic Peter is played with a cod 'African' accent.
Mickey Rooney as Mr Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Why whiteness became the 'norm'.
Janice Petersen – one of the faces of World News Australia on SBS, which is facing accusations of ‘whitewashing’.
Journalism schools are full of first-generation students that fit the SBS charter’s directive to 'make use of Australia’s diverse creative resources' and 'reflect the changing nature of Australian society'.