The aim of this imagery, it appears, is to speak out against an issue whose impact has been felt greatly and yet still goes on unattended. The imagery‘s graphic and captivating nature ensures that the audience’s attention is retained and at the same time engraved in their minds. Through the imagery, one can see the history of racism against the black community. The website displays a picture of the Coon Chicken Inn that existed spanning the 1920s to around 1950s. The restaurant has a shape in the form of a black man’s head in a grotesque and humiliating way that at the time seemed ridiculous. The historical provision states that only waiters of a black descent and those that were extremely dark in comprehension got employment. This indicates the level at which racism was engraved in the hearts of the American populace at the time. It is an illustration that although it may have reduced in the current day and age, those that existed in earlier times were not as privileged. The white counterparts regarded the black community as “unequal” to them. The late 1880s saw the rise of a fictional character Aunt Jemima. As illustrated in the website, many people were of the belief that she was a happy and out rightly kind woman that enjoyed her cooking. The fictional Aunt Jemima kept telling old stories of Southern Orientation - happiness and love between white and black people (Ferris State University, 2014). This is however far from the truth. The late 1880s were amongst the worst years in the slavery
of black people.