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Amid the Justin Trudeau blackface controversy, "The Daily Show" host has decided white people clearly just don’t know how to use makeup responsibly.
The scandal has thrown Canada, and its upcoming election, into the spotlight, challenging Trudeau’s famous reputation as an inclusive, progressive leader.
The Canadian prime minister, currently running for re-election, has apologized for a similar image that surfaced.
Time magazine published a photo of the Canadian prime minister in brownface at a 2001 party. The Liberal Party of Canada confirmed it was him.
Administrators said they won't take action against the students for their racist photo, pointing to freedom of expression.
GOP Gov. Kay Ivey said, "I'm not that person" anymore, referring to her performance in a minstrel show during college.
Gov. Kay Ivey (R) apologized and said she couldn't recall the incident. But she also said she wouldn't deny "the obvious" after an audio recording surfaced.
“The reason why I’m like this is because I prepared myself to play my part in your kangaroo court, treating me like a black man," Mark Char told the judge.
The Virginia governor will not speak at graduation events this spring as he refuses to quit in the blackface photo scandal.
The Virginia governor has resisted calls to resign from both sides of the aisle.
A Marine in the video says, "Hello, monkey" while the other salutes the camera.
Gucci head Marco Bizzarri thanked Harlem fashion icon Dapper Dan for helping bring community leaders to the table to meet with the CEO.
But the "CNN Tonight" host ended the segment with a serious point.
"I am a Black man before I am a brand," the Harlem fashion designer said.
The Virginia governor praised the restoration of felons’ voting rights as he still vows not to resign over a racist photo.
The Baton Rouge Police Department apologized for the "inappropriate" photos of the white undercover cops.
“I want to keep my job so I’m not going to say anything."
The shoes, which resemble blackface caricatures, are no longer available on the store’s website.
Many prominent politicians and entertainers have worn blackface. The racist practice isn’t new.