|Title||How Mexican advertising featuring rich white people perpetuates racism and classism|
Since before it became an independent nation state in 1821, Mexico’s population has been troubled by issues of race and class. When Europeans arrived to colonise the Americas more than 500 years ago, they introduced a social hierarchy based on skin colour and race that persists to this day.
|Keywords||racism, mexico, classism, advertising,|
|Published||25 Mar 2019|
|Web address (URL)||https://theconversation.com/how-mexican-advertising-featuring-rich-white-people-perpetuates-racism-and-classism-106655|