4 thoughts on “Kate Moss in Blackface

  1. Hmmm, emaciated, black and sexualized. What a great way to trivialize hunger, racism and sexual violence against women in Africa.

    Also, isn’t this especially disturbing given the incidents this fall at Smith where students came in black-face to a party?

  2. Im with mshairi, she doesn’t look like a black person – maybe some sort of indian? Nope – I think its a unusual white person painted black.
    Apparently the independant is not firmly commited to their pictures conveying what the story is about.

  3. I can assure you that Kate Moss is not John Howard Griffin,the white author of the classic book BLACK LIKE ME .

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