Demand Brands Recognize That Nude Is Not Just One Color
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Help Nude Against Nude’s voice grow stronger by tweeting at these major brands on October 4, 2017 with the tweet below:
I disagree with @esteelauder @loreal @JNJCares use of ‘nude’. Nude is many colors, not just white. #NudeAgainstNude nudeagainstnude.com
NUDE AGAINST NUDE
It is 2017. Some brands still describe their cream or beige products as ‘nude’. They still cater to only bare white skin. As long as ‘nude’ is used interchangeably with beige, we alienate millions of people of color in a casual instance of racism.
Nude Against Nude demands that these brands change any products labeled as nude to beige or cream.
Through Instagram and wild postings in New York, Nude Against Nude is getting the word out there. Through this petition, we are getting it to the right people. When you sign the petition you join us in confronting brands that still propagate ‘nude’ as one color. You demand they include the millions they have ignored.
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Find out more: http://nudeagainstnude.com/
- Estee Lauder
- Johnson & Johnson
- Pantone inc
Using ‘nude’ to mean beige, cream or a color that represents only white skin discriminates against people of color. We ask that you take the lead and publicly recognize that nude is a concept and not a specific color. Please change your products that are misleadingly labelled as ‘nude’ to a color that describes them best.
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