con’t bullshit: Also some colors look different on monitors. I did graphic design, and have a certificate in illustration. Depending on the model, and how old or new the computer is. Also the program, some shades of colors looking different when doing artwork. I’ve used a pc, and went to a mac. And notice it all the time and when scanning artwork. People are still learning, so there is a right and a wrong way to critic. Positive feedback is the best, I work at a school. Pointing fingers, and being mean doesn’t
BRHood: That’s a shame all that kool aid you sippin.
For starters, if people are whitewashing and/or brownfacing, then that’s what they’re doing. It’s a racist act, and I find it extremely deplorable and reprehensible that you can defend racist acts if calling them out means we have to use “strong and offensive” words. Shows that your prioritizes aren’t about getting rid of racism, but making white people feel good; even at the expense of your own humanity.
We are in no way bullying. We are calling out a racist act. Idk, if a Klansman were to attack a group a PoC and they all banded together and fought back, is that “bullying?” By your definition, it would be. Again, you care more about the feelings of people DOING racist acts than those who are suffering from said racist acts.
Everything you said in terms of monitors or whatever have already been addressed and will not be repeated. When you can understand a bit about racism, the affects of it, and understand why whitewashing is an important form of racism that needs to be abolished, then you can try again. Until then, there is nothing we can say to make you understand how detrimental your mindset is to your own people and people of color everywhere. Nor is there anything you can say that is going to suddenly make is want to delete this blog after almost a year of doing this.