This image summarizes all the ways in which African-American women are stereotyped in advertising. According to the Visual Communications, "Recent studies of African American pictorial coverage in print and broadcast media have noted the pictorial legacy of discrimination based on stereotyping," (98). http://www.modelliberation.com/2011/10/sterotyping-african-american-women-in.html
Michael Ealy. I think he's Antoine, VP for the Delta Bluesmen "He nodded to a shorter man with dreadlocks. 'My vice president, Antoine Thomas.' 'Going to be in town long, Brother McKay? They said they was sending you, but they didn’t say why.' Thomas didn’t like my being here. I could feel that coming off him in the same waves as the heat came off the pavement. Young men never do like it when their territory’s invaded.
Modern-day stereotypes of black women in media are just recycled examples the misconstructed identity of the black woman for the past century. Most of the negative stereotypes can trace back to culture from Yoruba traditions in Africa that have been misinterpreted in media as negative.