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Channel 4 Claims That Advertisers Over Represent The Black And Minority Ethnic (Bame) Community, At The Cost To Members Of The Lgbt Community.

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anotheoldgit | 14:55 Thu 06th Jun 2019 | News
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7111087/Advertisers-trying-hard-demonstrate-diversity.html

/// A study of 1,000 adverts shown in the UK over two months found 37 per cent featured black people, though they make up about 3 per cent of the British population. ///

/// The same study also found just 3 per cent of surveyed adverts feature members of the LGBT community, which makes up around 6 per cent of the UK population. ///

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vetuste_ennemi, emanciaption of the female muslim, or ex follower believer etc, better if it was nation wide, i imagine there must be some beauties under all that garb, waiting to get out..and be proud to be female and not afraid to show it...not a prisoner of misogynists or its infantile pseudo religious political dogma.

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