The Oscar-winning actor invited outrage after complaining he’d never get to portray a Black man.
The actor said new standards on diversity and inclusion make him want to "vomit."
The pictures appear to show Mary Ann Mendoza, a Republican running for the Arizona House of Representatives, dressed in two costumes.
Angel Blue, who is Black, called the "archaic" practice “offensive, humiliating, and outright racist.”
The antic by a woman allegedly trying to portray Rosa Parks is just the latest in a string of recent race-related controversies in the Newberg School District.
The "Don’t Go Yet" singer defended the "spray tan" worn by a member of her "Tonight Show" ensemble.
The comedian said "blackface ain't cool," but added that "intention" matters. On the late-night talk show host, Rock said: "Jimmy's a great guy."
Lionsgate announced that when the show comes to Amazon’s IMDb TV, it will feature a title card noting the "historical authenticity" and "disturbing images related to race in America."
The nominal steps by shows like "30 Rock," "Scrubs," "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" to address racism feel like empty gestures.
Black writers criticized the decision to scrap a 1988 show featuring two characters in mud masks as "counterproductive" and "stupid."