Proctor and Gamble sure has a strange way of trying to position its corporate image and products.
Does P&G really believe traffic cops are the primary perpetrators of violence in the black community today?
Does P&G really believe it's whites, not those in the gangsta rap ghetto culture, who are today's primary users of the n-word?
Proctor and Gamble's video, as shared on Twitter:
This powerful video shows the conversations Black parents give to kids navigating racism pic.twitter.com/cuCtPBSy7v— Crystal Johnson (@Crystal1Johnson) July 27, 2017
The P&G video is so one sided, and steeped in perpetuating stereotypes, that I have to wonder if it's not the product of corporate blackmail or some other threatened action against the company if it didn't show itself to be on the side of so-called social justice.
I heard rumblings about this video and didn't watch it until I saw it now. I wonder what deal with the devil these people made to make this bovine scatology.