RACISM IN FOOD ADVERTISING

Take a look at advertisements from past decades and you’ll find a culture bogged down in explicit sexism and racism. For many years, there was no better barometer of a nation’s tolerance level than the advertisements for food. Has the world moved on, and can we see any examples in today’s integrated societies?

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MAKING ENDS MEET

With 13.4% of the UK’s population living below 60% of median incomes during Margaret Thatcher‘s govern in 1979, housewives had to make the most of their leftovers. So, what unique strategies did housewives bring to the table in order to combat this?

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