Recently, the owner Rodrigo is White, has caused a controversy in the social network by claiming that the journalist, maju expressway, Coutinho, on the Globo tv Network, it’s terrible and is only there because it’s dark.
As might be expected, the review has been fairly criticized on the world wide web and the director stated that the process is Rodrigo, by racial prejudice.
In accordance with the Law No. 7.716, of January 5, 1989, is considered to be a crime of discrimination, or discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion or origin of country. The penalty shall be a two-to-four years of age.
Unfortunately, the maju expressway, Coutinho is not the only one to suffer from the racism present in our society today.
It is important to point out that this kind of behavior needs to stop, because the color of skin does not make anyone better than anyone else.
The story of the Most met the other artist who are already experienced racism.
1. Gloria Marie
The journalist has stated in several interviews that he had to fight against the discrimination of his career, as he was the first reporter to black in Brazil.
For participation in the Domingão do Faustão, TV Globo, the Glory, the virgin said that, it’s just going to end up in when in Brazil you have a high-quality education.
“As long as you don’t do this, we’re going to continue to talk about the same subject matter,” he said.
During the Multishow awards of 2019 at the latest, she heard someone calling “jack” when it first came on to the stage.
Social media and Compassion made a ruling on the case.
“You don’t have to like my music, or much about my story, but you’re bound to respect me. I called the one in the video, but we don’t know who was the person, to be exact. Even when you do this? All of the things for me, and for the majority of the brazilians has never been easier. With prejudice, and judging by the color of their skin, you will just complicate things. The desire to reduce it so that you don’t think about the consequences of your actions. I just wanted to make it clear to you, it’s racist, and that despite the fact that the justice is slow, and the people who practice racism on me that they have not been sanctioned, it does not mean that the bill isn’t going to get or that he or she is far away. It’s good that I have a God and a family that won’t let me fall apart in the face of racism,” he said.
3. Taís Araújo
The actress has even received several insults from the followers in a photo posted to his social media networks.
While participating in the program in the wee Hours of the Globe, and Such has commented on the case of racism.
“I don’t think that the black people brazilian to go through it on a daily basis. I will do it today. Everything that I do and don’t like it, they will talk about ‘look at that blackie added that blackie…’. It is in this way that you are going to be addressing,” he said.
4. Preta Gil
The singer has had her account on Facebook hacked and it’s been attacked with a variety of phrases that have something to say.
My Facebook has been hijacked. I am in a state of shock, racism is a crime. Could it be that they don’t know it yet? At the end of their lives, no one is any different from anyone else, and instead of the atacarmos, we should be coming together. I want peace and justice for me and for the whole world,” said Black, Gil, on your social networks.
Eva Hoeke, editor of Dutch magazine Jackie has come to refer to the singer as a “n**** black / black” is in one of his texts.
The pressure on the social network has been so successful that Eva was just asking for the dismissal of the charge.
In an interview with Uk Vogue, Rihanna has commented on the plight of black people in society.
“I think that police brutality is probably the most severe in America, but racism is still alive all over the place. On the whole, this place is the same. Or is it the act that it is becoming more and more common, or is unconscious, or when people don’t know that they are being obvious about it,” he said.
6. The Oprah Winfrey Show
The famous tv host was told during the programme that you have been the victim of racism while shopping in Switzerland.
The seller walked away from the purse that She was looking at and he said that the product was too expensive for her.
7. Halle Berry
In an interview with the Daily Mail, the actress said that there is a lot of racism in the entertainment industry.
“I have been called nigger (derogatory term for black people) on my face. But there are ways that the more subtle racism that occurs in the world. I don’t care what other people say. They may feel that they don’t exist, but they are usually the ones that don’t are black. The struggle of black women to find good roles, it is still very much alive and it’s a struggle I have every day,” said Halle Berry.